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Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario

Francophone company in Sudbury, Ontario, founded in 1970.

Among the works the company has performed are André Paiement's Lavalléville (1974), Jean-Marc Dalpé's and Brigitte Haentjens's Nickel (1984), Dalpé's, Robert Marnier's and Robert Bellefeuille's Les Rogers (1986) and the world premiere of Dalpé's Governor General’s Award-winning Le Chien (1988).

The company has worked in co-production several times notably with Théâtre de la Vieille 17 and Théâtre Français de Toronto. With the former, the company presented its 1998 production of Le Moine. More recent co-productions include: Quand la mer... with Théâtre de la Vieille 17 and Théâtre Sortie de Secours.

In 1997, the company opened its own theatre space in salle André-Paiement, and with André Perrier as its new director, it launched into a new era of play production and touring. Since 2004, the Artistic Director is Geneviève Pineault.

Website: www.letno.ca

Last updated 2020-07-17