Laurel and Hardy, The elephant man, the universe of Michel Tremblay’s play and Bizet’s Carmen live on stage during the theatre season 2018-2019 of the Salle Albert-Rousseau.
After the musical Footloose, performed in June and July, the season will continue on 27, 28 and 29 September, with Peter, John, James, starring Benoît Brière, Martin Drainville and Luc Guérin.
Success at the Rideau-Vert, last winter, The elephant man, which tells the story of John Merrick, reached by the syndrome of Proteus, will stop in Quebec city for one evening only on march 3. Eric Paulhus will replace Benoit McGinnis in the lead role.
Another success in Montreal, the adaptation of the novel, Conversations with a curious child, entitled” Child insignificant, will be on display march 17. Henri Chassé and Guylaine Tremblay are the headliners in this room where a curious child bombards of questions his entourage, to understand the world around them.
André Robitaille and Louis Champagne, slip into the skin of Laurel and Hardy, 6, 7, 8 and 9 February, which lifts the veil on the two men who hid behind the famous duo.
The Mystery of Carmen, which will close the season on may 5 and 6, which starred the soprano Marie-Josée Lord, in the work of Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt who is interested in the life of the French composer Georges Bizet.
► The programming details are online at sallealbertrousseau.com.