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Théâtre de la Manufacture

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Théâtre de la Licorne, home of the Théâtre de la Manufacture

Company in Montreal, Quebec, founded in 1976 by Jean-Denis Leduc and Daniel Simard. For the last thirty years it has presented all of its works at Théâtre la Licorne.

The Company's mandate includes much space for new works (Maryse Pelletier's Le Samouraï amoureux), but also translations of contemporary theatre from across Canada and around the world; for example, David Young's Inexpressible Island in 2000.

The Company now produces three works per year as well as hosting many productions from small companies around the world.

From 2009 to 2019, the Artistic Director was Denis Bernard. In 2021, Julia Vidit was appointed Director.

Website: www.theatre-manufacture.fr

Last updated 2021-12-01