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Extending our reach to communities near and far

Infinithéâtre is committed to extending the lives of our productions and reaching new audiences and communities, throughout Montréal, Québec, Canada, and beyond. Interested in our productions coming your way? We'd love to dream up the possibilities with you!

Sighlence of Sky

Masks Created & Performed by Anana Rydvald
Set & Costume Design by Cathia Pagotto
Sound Design by Troy Slocum
Lighting Design by David Perreault Ninacs
Video Design by Mateo Mazzini
Production Consultant: Shayne Lovsin

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Rydvald returns to Infinithéâtre after her META-winning performance in Love, Child!

The Sighlence of Sky, a non-verbal mask and mime piece, is a tender ode to the heart-ache and the love that live within family bonds, as a family navigates disability and neurodivergency. From creator Anana Rydvald: “The Sighlence of Sky is inspired by my resilient sister who is the innocent constant in our lives in which we reflect back our humanity again and again.” Rydvald last charmed Infinithéâtre audiences with her solo show, Love, Child.

The Sighlence of Sky is recommended for ages 12+.

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Omi Mouna

Created and performed by: Mohsen El Gharbi
Translated by: Leanna Brodie
Generously supported by The Cole Foundation & The Canada Council for the Arts

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An English-Language Premiere!


Omi Mouna is the beautifully heartfelt, poignant and playful semi-autobiographical tale of Mohsen El Gharbi’s voyage from Montreal to Tunisia to meet his paternal great-grandmother and to retrace his family’s turbulent legacy. In its original French version, Omi Mouna toured extensively throughout Québec and New Brunswick. Infinithéâtre is proud to produce the English-language premiere of this compelling tragicomic tale by a highly charismatic performer.

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King of Canada

Starring Ellen David and Brian Dooley

Rehearsed & performed at the height of the pandemic!

King of Canada is a meta-theatrical political comedy with two actors: a woman and a man. The man plays King and the woman plays everybody else; close to forty other characters including King’s mother, FDR, Churchill, Hitler, and three Irish terriers named Pat. Through vaudevillian charm and the art of the buffoon, King of Canada reveals how Canadian politics have often been (and still are) a balancing act between what should be done for the good of all and what is done to maintain power.

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Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Stage Play

A stage adaptation based on the acclaimed graphic novel.

Winner of multiple Montreal English Theatre Awards including Outstanding Independent Production!

Montreal-born Chester Brown's critically acclaimed and award-winning graphic novel adapted for the stage by Zach Fraser with puppetry, shadow work, and multimedia. This gripping historical drama follows Riel known as "The Father of Manitoba" right through the famous Red River Rebellion and his subsequent trial. Mad man or visionary? Traitor or patriot? Louis Riel - a comic-strip stage play that at times is charged with controversy, unflinching in it's depiction of our historical forefathers. None are left untouched and we are all left to marvel.

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