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Ma Chère Pauline

Company in Montreal, Quebec, founded in 1984 by Jean Lessard and Sylvie Provost.

This small, unassuming company specialized in research into text and collaborated with some of the best-known theatre artists in Canada, including Paul Lefebvre, Louisette Dussault, René-Daniel Dubois, and Robert Lepage.

Productions included the collective creation C'est à ton tour, Tiens tes rêves, Il vous rest une demi-heure, as well as Corps Étranger by Provost, Dubois's Le Troisième Fils du Professeur Youroulov, and a profoundly disturbing production of Franz Xaver Kroetz's Le sang de Michi/Michi's Blood.

The company has been inactive since 1996.

Profile by Gaetan Charlebois

Last updated 2021-04-08