Théâtre français de Toronto's artistic director, Guy Migneault, yesterday announced a season that travels time and place, beginning with a work by the Father of French Theatre, Molière: Les fourberies de Scapin. The three other (adult) plays of the year are Canadian works: Philippe Soldevila and Christian Essiambre's Les Trois exile de Christian E. (previously seen at Nouvelle Scène in Ottawa), Il (deux) by Mansel Robinson (in a translation by the brilliant Jean-Marc Dalpé) and a revival of Albertine en cinq temps, Michel Tremblay's fascinating coup de théâtre about a woman's life as seen by her at five different times - from young woman to old age.
Two young people's works will be presented in the season as well.
See the TfT website (in French)
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