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The Graduate

Brigitte Robinson (Mrs. Robinson) and Luke Humphrey (Ben Braddock) | Courtesy photo © Andrée Lanthier

The Segal Centre is kicking off its 2014-2015 theatre season with The Graduate, a summer sizzler starring Stratford’s young leading man Luke Humphrey and Shaw Festival favourite Brigitte Robinson. When a dazed college graduate becomes entangled in a love triangle with a mother and daughter, he finds himself caught between the allure of experience and the promise of a bright ... Lire plus »

Top Girls : What would YOU sacrifice to get to the top?

France Rolland (Louise) and Julie Tamiko Manning | Photo gracieuseté © Andrée Lanthier

The Segal Theatre is closing its season, but until May 18 there’s one more show that you will not want to miss. Top Girls is a pivotal work of the contemporary theatre canon, hailed as “the best British play ever by a woman dramatist” by The Guardian’s Michael Billington. Top Girls, Caryl Churchill’s influential British play, directed by Micheline Chevrier, ... Lire plus »

Glengarry Glen Ross : Exploring capitalism in 1980s Chicago

John Williamson (Graham Cuthbertson) and Shelley Levene (R.H. Thomson) discuss real estate leads at the Chinese restaurant. | Photo: Cecily Van Horn

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Les Belles Sœurs: The Musical. An English adaptation of Michel Tremblay’s play hits the stage

From left to right: Neil Bartram, Daniel Bélanger, René Richard Cyr and Brian Hill Courtesy Photo: © Andrée Lanthier

The Segal Centre will be presenting Les Belles Sœurs: The Musical for the premiere of its 2014-15 season from Oct. 19 to Nov. 9, 2014. The internationally acclaimed Quebec musical sensation is based on the iconic work by Quebec playwright Michel Tremblay. Brian Hill worked on the English adaptation of the lyrics, while the musical adaptation is by Neil Bartram ... Lire plus »

Paul Flicker leaving Segal Centre

Paul Flicker | Courtesy photo © Paul Ducharme

After 13 years at the Segal Centre, including the last three years as artistic producer, Paul Flicker will be leaving at the end of the season. Flicker assumed the role of artistic producer after the departure of Bryna Wasserman, who directed her last show at the Segal Centre in May 2011, to head the oldest theatre in New York. “The ... Lire plus »

Shakespeare returns to the borough

Daniel Brochu (Cassio), Amanda Lisman (Desdemona), Andrew Moodie (Othello) | Courtesy photo: © Andrée Lanthier

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Ain’t Misbehavin’ : Back to Harlem in the 1930s

Starring in the show is singer and veteran stage performer Kim Richardson. | Courtesy photo © Andrée Lanthier

The Segal Centre will be presenting the Tony award-winning musical Ain’t Misbehavin’ - The Fats Waller Musical Show until Oct. 20. Originally conceived by Richard Maltby Jr. and Murray Horwitz, the play has been renowned ever since opening in Manhattan in 1978. It’s been 27 years since it was last presented in Montreal, brought here in 1986 by the same ... Lire plus »

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