La Somnambule

 

october 18 - 28, 2018

“I have come to ask you to tell me everything about the night”

v i e w p r o g r a m

m o n t r e a l t h e a t r e h u b r e v i e w

An interdisciplinary theatrical event where participants explore and reflect on the queerness of the night - a perambulating, immersive performance inspired by Djuna Barnes' Nightwood

poster_newedit2.jpg

+ CREATIVE TEAM

Director | Anthony Kennedy

Writers | Rhiannon Collett & Joseph Shragge

Dramaturg | Kyle Croutch

Technical director | Vladimir Cara

Production & stage manager | Trevor Barrette

Assistant stage manager | Kate Stockburger

Set designer | Robert Leveroos

Costume designer | Sophie El-Assaad

Lighting designer | Jon Cleveland

Sound designer | Devon Bate

Video designer | Julia Milz

Composition | Jeremy Dutcher

Graphic design | Dan Buller

Logo design | Heath Cairns

Box Office manager | Roxane Loumede

+ CAST

Jillian Harris

Tyson Houseman

Robert Leveroos

Gabe Maharjan

Julia Milz

Alex Petrachuk

Meagan Schroeder

Gabriel Schultz

+ SPECIAL THANKS

Marci Babineau

Noah Bick

Karine Cusson

Alison Darcy

Stephanie Costa

Raphael Grosz Harvey

Danielle Fagen

Jesse Lund

Steve Schon

Corrina Hodgson

Andrew Scriver

Anthony Stony

Alana La Rosa Dancoste

Elizabeth DeMedeiros

Corinne Roche

Keith Roche

Dave Surette

Regina Marcella Levy

Joseph Browne

Suzanne Cerreta

Alrene Antonio

Tim Rodrigues

Scott Drysdale

Taylor Cott

Anthony Suire

Victoria Hall

Florencia-Sosa-Rey

Elfi Lemieux

Gabrielle Loumède

Katherine Harris

Jamie Ross

Dépanneur Pif

Andrew Granville

Le Diplomate

Dispatch Coffee

Scapegoat Carnivale

National Theatre School

Centaur Theatre

Concordia University

McGill University

Dawson College

Infinithéâtre

Troisième Espace Théâtre/Third Space Theatre

Segal Centre for Performing Arts


The creation of this work was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

Calq_noir.jpg


We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.

CCFA_BW_black_96_e.jpg