And That's A Wrap!


A huge thank you to everyone who came out to see The Sighlence of Sky on Tuesday night!
The production was a great success, even receiving a standing ovation! Thank you to all who helped make this happen; to the crew at Salle Émile-Legault, the folks at Maisons de la Culture, the Infinithéâtre team, and of course to everyone who came out to support live theatre! We were so glad to be able to continue telling this story, and we are excited to say it is not over... Stay tuned for more exciting info, coming soon!

Pictured: Performer/Creator Anana Rydvald preparing for their performance!

The Sighlence of Sky on Tour


We are thrilled to announce that Infinithéâtre is bringing The Sighlence of Sky back this season as we begin touring around the island of Montreal! Originally produced in our 2021/22 season, The Sighlence of Sky went on to win 2 META awards for Outstanding Lead Performance (Anana Rydvald) and Outstanding Indie Production (Level 4 Theatre). We're proud to announce our touring production will exist in two versions, in both English and French, with projection translations by Maryse Warda. Our first outing is on January 31st at 7:30pm at the Salle Émile-Legault in Ville Saint-Laurent.

The Sighlence of Sky, a non-verbal mask and mime piece, is a tender ode to the heart-ache and the love that lives within family bonds, as a family navigates disability and neurodivergence.

Tickets will be FREE at the door and $2/ticket if reserved online.
We ask patrons to please arrive 15 minutes before showtime.

Louis Riel : A Comic-Strip Stage Play On Tour


We are excited to announce that Louis Riel : A Comic-Strip Stage Play is headed to Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts in Ontario as part of our 22/23 season.

Based on Chester Brown’s award-winning graphic novel and adapted for the stage by Zach Fraser with dynamic and playful two-dimensional puppetry, Louis Riel : A Comic-Strip Stage Play was originally produced by RustWerk ReFinery in partnership with Infinithéâtre and presented at Théâtre La Chapelle in 2016 and has since gone on tour throughout Canada, notably in Hudson Village, Québec, at Batoche National Historic Site in Saskatchewan and in Iqaluit, Nunavut.

We will be presenting Louis Riel : A Comic-Strip Stage Play on January 24th at the Richmond Hill Centre for Performing Arts.

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Thank You For Supporting The Pipeline!


And that's a wrap on The Pipeline! A big shoutout to everyone involved in this year's play reading series! To all of the extraordinary playwrights, cast & directors, the folks at MIAM, and all of the audience members...THANK YOU! The Pipeline was a great success this year, we are so grateful for these new and exciting plays, and to have shared dialogue with such great artists. Looking forward to next year's Pipeline and the work it brings!

Thank you to all who donated and contributed to The Pipeline as well as our play writing competition, Write-on-Q. We look forward to the development of many more plays to come!

Seventeen [Anonymous] Women Available For Purchase!


We are thrilled to announce Carolyn Guillet's Seventeen [Anonymous] Women as our most recent InfiniPRESS publication!

Seventeen women gather around the metaphorical fire of a lit theatrical stage to tell their stories, to dip their ladles into the bubbling stew-pot of humanity’s collective tales, some new, some old. They sing, they suffer, they laugh, they cry. Feisty, angry, whimsical and forgiving, they obey the ancient dramatic imperative to act out life’s most challenging obstacles, crises, revelations, and transformations, for their benefit and for ours. In the same way a painter moves towards the light, they stumble and grope and feel their way towards joy, taking us with them.

Get your copy online today and have it shipped (shipping throughout Canada), or come meet Carolyn in person and get your signed copy at our Pipeline event on December 10th from 6-7pm.

The Sighlence of Sky Wins 2 META Awards!


We want to extend our congratulations to all nominees and recipients from the 2022 Montreal English Theatre Awards ceremony! In particular, we want to congratulate our beloved friend Anana Rydvald and Level 4 Theatre for receiving 2 METAs for The Sighlence of Sky, which we presented as part of our 21/22 season! The production has received awards for Outstanding Lead Performance - Independent Production (Anana Rydvald) and Outstanding Independent Production (Level 4 Theatre).