Past Productions

2019 Besbouss: Autopsy of a Revolt, by Stephane Brulotte, translated by John Van Burek; in association with Crow's Theatre

2016 The (Post) Mistress, by Tomson Highway

2014 The Sound of Cracking Bones, by Suzanne Lebeau, translated by Julia Duschesne and John Van Burek

 

2013 Manon, Sandra, and The Virgin Mary, by Michel Tremblay, translated by John Van Burek

2012 Luba, Simply Luba, by Diane Flacks, in collaboration with Luba Goy and Andrey Tarasiuk; 

2011 The Post Office, by Rabindranath Tagore, translated by Julie Mehta

2010 La Sagouine, by Antonine Maillet, translated by Luis de Cespedes

2009 Shakuntala, by Kalidasa, adapted by Charles Roy based on a translation by Will Johnson

2007 Dying to Be Sick, by Molière, translated by Adrienne Clarkson and John Van Burek

2006 Hosanna, by Michel Tremblay, translated by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco

 

2006 The Amorous Servant, by Carlo Goldini, translated by John Van Burek, English language premiere

 

2005 The Seven Days of Simon Labrosse, by Carole Fréchette, translated by John Murrell, a joint production with the Montréal Young Company, in honour of the late Bill Glassco

 

2004 Beaux Gestes & Beautiful Deeds, by Marie-Lynn Hammond, a bilingual play with music

 

2003 Heart of a Dog, by Mikhail Bulgakov, translated and adopted by Anne Nenarokoff, in an English-French co-production with Théâtre français de Toronto, a world premiere in English 

 

2002 Counterfeit Secrets, by Marivaux, translated by John Van Burek, Canadian premier in English

 

2001 The Triumph of Love, by Marivaux, translated by John Van Burek, Canadian English language premiere

 

2000 The Game of Love and Chance, by Marivaux, translated by John Van Burek

 

1998 The Government Guy (adopted from Gogol), by Michel Tremblay, translated by John Van Burek in a French-English co-production with Théâtre français de Toronto; a world premiere in English

 

1997 Marcel Pursued by the Hounds, by Michel Tremblay, translated by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco, in a co-production with Tarragon Theatre; world premiere in English