For its 22nd production, Theatre de l’Escapade offers or visit Especially not you feel compelled to come!, A comedy by Michel Marc Bouchard and Robert Bellefeuille.
No doubt, this new production, which takes over the Buckingham service center from 2 to 5 June and from June 10 to 12, will be one of the largest distributions in the history of the small group of community theater founded in 1991.
No fewer than 14 performers will parade on stage during performances in order to interpret the thirty characters integrated scenario. Since March, the comedians group meets at a rate of twice a week to rehearse.
For director Martin Vanasse, who succeeded to the post to Francis Leblanc (2015) and François Bastien (2014), the choice of the work was not hard to do.
“I felt like a comedy. We were doing a lot of drama in past years. It’s good to dose gender. In addition, I wanted a text with a lot of character because we have many people who have joined us since the last three years, especially with the public readings. I wanted to play these guys, “says the principal party.
The visit or especially, feel not obliged to come! This is the story of the couple formed Monique (Sylvie Laflamme) and Roger (Stephane Mongeon). One enters the heart of three memorable days experienced by the man and woman. Three days spent at different times and in which they welcomed the visit to their home. The work is divided into three acts that take place in 1955, 1967 and 1976.
The story deals with the characters coming in and out of the house, friends, relatives, neighbor …
“This is our report we have with us Quebecers love to gatherings and family parties. There are things that are pleasing, but sometimes they are uncles, aunts and cousins who invite and we do not always have time to see or that we do not want to see. The purpose of the room. it is our relationship with the visit to the family and to those people who sometimes take too much space, “illustrates Martin Vanasse.
As usual, the Escapade Theatre will perform in the old Buckingham City Hall, at 515 Charles Street. The play will be presented at 20h, 2, 3, 4, 10 and 11 June Representations afternoon at 14h, will take place on 5 and 12 June Tickets are on presale at Librairie Rose Marie at a cost of $ 17. It will also pay at the door.