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Le Café Molière

Le Café Molière

Grab a coffee, get comfy and enjoy our podcast! Le Café Molière explores with artists themes inspired by theater on stage, off stage and more!

 
 

 

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With Antigone playing at Théâtre Cercle Molière from November 17 to 27, 2022, we met with Michelle Lagassé and Samantha Sage to discuss the work of a stage manager and the technical aspects of a play.
 
Guests: Michelle Lagassé and Samantha Sage
Animation : Florent de Vellis
Audio editing: Yanick LaRoche
Visual design: Arielle Morier-Roy
 
In collaboration with Envol91FM.
 
 

Grab a coffee and make yourself comfortable while listening to our guests of the day, three artists from the show Un. Deux. Trois.: Anna-Laure Koop, Cory Haas and Gabriel Robichaud.

In the era of social media, ever faster information sharing and misinformation, is it still possible to listen to each other, to hear a different point of view and to question ourselves?

Deconstruction, identities, francophony and cacophony will be the key words of this episode.
 
Guests: Anna-Laure Koop, Cory Haas and Gabriel Robichaud.
Animation: Florent de Vellis
Audio editing: Yanick LaRoche
Visual design: Arielle Morier-Roy
 
In collaboration with Envol91FM.
 
 

In this second episode, we meet Mani Soleymanlou, Anna-Laure Koop, and Gislain Kibaga to talk about 1.2.3. On a triumphant tour across Canada, they discuss their artistic journey, their creative work around 1.2.3 and the questions of identity as the main topic of the show.
 
Guests: Mani Soleymanlou, Anna-Laure Koop and Gislain Kibaga.
Animation: Morgane Lemée
Sound design and editing: Vincent Blais
Visual design: Arielle Morier-Roy
 
A co-production with Pop-Comm’.
 
 

In this first episode, we meet director Stéphanie Morin-Robert who comes to talk about her upcoming show: BLINDSIDE.

In 15 minutes, Stéphanie tells us about the creation of this autobiographical show where comedy and vulnerability intertwine with this question: What is it like to grow up as a francophone minority in Northern Ontario… with a glass eye?

Bonus: listen to a preview of her show at the end of the interview!
 
Guest: Stéphanie Morin-Robert.
Animation: Morgane Lemée
Sound design and editing: Vincent Blais
Visual design: Arielle Morier-Roy
 
A co-production with Pop-Comm’.