A historical epic combining Fight On! parts one and two, Fight On! was inspired by the real life adventures and misadventures of Francis Dickens, son of Charles Dickens and member of the North-West Mounted Police. Running from March 16 - 29 at Centre St Jax, this is an event you won't want to miss.
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NEW! Purchase a 4-Play voucher to receive 4 tickets to Fight On! at the low price of just $100.00, taxes included (regularly priced at $120.00, taxes included). Help support Infinithéâtre AND treat your friends and family to an unforgettable night at Fight On!
To purchase your 4-Play voucher, visit EVENTBRITE, or you can contact the Box Office by phone (514-987-1774 #104) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Aimed at integrating theatre into school curriculums, the Action-Infini program supports teachers in the classroom by presenting ideas and images to students that will stimulate their curiosity.
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"Le théâtre en anglais au Québec n’est-il pas considéré comme suffisamment « culturel »? Ne sommes-nous pas des Québécois?"
Read the entire article in LeDevoir on the place of English theatre in Québec, written by artistic director Guy Sprung!
Infinithéâtre was thrilled to present The Pipeline this past December, our annual public reading series of plays that are coming down our development pipeline, where audience feedback takes centre stage. The winning play of our Write-On-Q! playwriting competition was featured in this readings series.
2019's readings took place from December 6-8 at Théâtre Rialto and KIN Gallery
Infinithéâtre’s International Hit Kafka’s Ape went to Beijing!
September 3rd to 6th 2019
Starring Howard Rosenstein
Adapted and Directed by Guy Sprung
Red Peter turned the stage into a veritable annual report of the company. His speech, his accusation and his actions completely blurred the biological boundary between man and ape ... civilization and barbarism, freedom and slavery, hypocrisy and nature ... Hold on tight!
Sponsored by the Language Research Development Group
Mr. Sprung has behind him over four decades of tremendous contribution to the theatre scene in Québec, in Canada and internationally. As a director, as a producer, as a writer, as a teacher, as an actor, and as a dramaturge, his list of achievements is long and varied.
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