Artists, like everyone else, are looking for answers. They examine the past, they mine history to find material as much to deepen our understanding as to spark hope.
The theatre is probably the biggest playground I know. It seems to me that there’s no space in the world more open and more playful than a theatre stage. Like a blank page, it invites possibilities.
Theatre is good for us. It transports us from one place to another.
When I go to the theatre, I’m ready for ANYTHING. There aren’t many places where I get the feeling that anything, anything, anything can happen, can appear, can become—and in a way I couldn’t possibly imagine, much less predict.
Host Julien Morissette interviews artists whose work is the living heart of French Theatre season.
A multilayered and entertaining saga with a rodeo vibe, loosely based on Buffalo Bill’s legendary outdoor travelling show.
Brigitte Haentjens is the recipient of a 2017 Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for lifetime artistic achievement.
Dive into our revamped version of NAC French Theatre’s Cahiers! Discover texts that delve into our season’s theatrical productions and explore what makes each of them distinct and extraordinary. All whims are allowed, if not encouraged – bifurcate, jump ahead a section, or flip back to a part you skipped! You can also get a printed copy of Cahiers in the lobby at every NAC French Theatre performance.