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Are you prepared for Centaur’s 2015-2016 season?

“Shining a light on what lies beneath the surface of things, plumbing the depths of our shared human experience in search of insight and understanding and smashing our assumptions and preconceptions … these are key themes that unite our main stage productions, allowing us to spotlight brilliant local and Canadian artists next season”, says Centaur’s Roy Surette.

“There’s a lot to get excited about: six very diverse plays, five by Montreal playwrights with deep connections to Montreal, four are written by women, three productions are world premieres, two are by artists with long Centaur histories, one is an English language premiere, and all under one roof. That’s one incredible countdown to success!”

1_Adventures

The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God
September 22 to October 18

In co-production with the National Arts Centre and in association with Black Theatre Workshop. Written and directed by Djanet Sears.

From the edge of darkness, the human spirit soars. A magnificent story of renewal.

2_Butcher

Butcher
November 3 to 29, 2015

Written by Nicolas Billon, directed by Roy Surette.

Loyalty. Revenge. Justice. A political thriller for our times.

3_On This Day

On This Day
February 9 to March 6, 2016

Written by Alexandria Haber.

Can the 100 mile diet lead to bliss?

4_BUS STOPS

Bus Stops
March 1 to March 27, 2016

A Theatre I.N.K. Production, written and directed by Marilyn Perreault, translated by Nadine Desrochers.

They have one thing in common. They were there. When it happened.

5_Pillow Talk

Pillow Talk: An Essay on Dreaming
March 29 to April 24, 2016

By Dulcinea Langfelder & Co.d

We are all artists when we dream.

6_Last Night at the Gayety

Last Night at the Gayety
April 19 to May 15, 2016

Music, lyrics and book by Rick Blue and George Bowser. Musical arrangements by Chris Barillao. Directed by Roy Surette.

Bowser and Blue put the sin back in ‘Sin City’.

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