All Flesh is Grass EN

FR ALL fLESH IS GRASS Can we still look at the stars and dream?  Combining theatre, dance and polyphonic singing, this bilingual creation from The Other Theatre asks what acts of faith are possible in an uncertain world.  A meditation encompassing medieval composer Guillaume de Machaut and contemporary composer John Cage, as well as stories […]

Danser jusqu’à saigner le ciel

FR DANSER JUSQU’À SAIGNER LE CIEL     by Darline Gilles A powerful monologue about surviving sexual violence, Danser jusqu’à saigner le ciel  by Haitian writer Darline Gilles, has its video premiere at the first edition of the Global Women Performing Arts Festival in South Korea.  Stacey Christodoulou directs a 15 minute extract of the […]

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The Company

FR The Company Formed in 1991 by Artistic Director Stacey Christodoulou, The Other Theatre is dedicated to performance that explores the tension between the individual and the collective experience. We examine how everyday acts of kindness and cruelty are reflected in the larger political and social context of our society. We try to present work […]

Marcher France

FR Marcher-France The Other Theatre is committed to sharing its artistic process with communities within and outside of Quebec and Canada. After its project in Mexico City, the collective Marcher dans le vide was invited by the organization France terre d’asile for a project involving young people who are refugees from Mali, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, […]

Macbeth 2016

FR Macbeth After two sold-out runs, The Other Theatre is proud to bring back Shakespeare’s tale of ambition, murder and magic. In a land ravaged by war, a loyal soldier is tempted to seize power at all costs. An honorable man turned tyrant through greed and desire, Macbeth pits himself against the natural order, his […]