Imago Théâtre

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Imago Théâtre is a Montreal-based independent, professional theatre company. Founded in 1987 by Andres Hausmann, the company is now under the artistic direction of Clare Schapiro.[1] Known for producing socially relevant work by Canadian artists,[2] Imago Théâtre’s next production is of Pierre-Michel Tremblay’s Champ de Mars: A Story of War.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia
  2. ^ Amy Barratt, Montreal Mirror, 2004
  3. ^ Pat Donnelly, Montreal Gazette, 2010

External links[edit]

  • [1] Hello and Hallelujah, Amy Barratt - Montreal Mirror, 2004
  • [2] Arts in Autumn, Theatre: Canadian originals, timeless classics to hit stage, Pat Donnelly - Montreal Gazette, 2010
  • [3] Not Quite Heavenly, Anna Furstenberg - Rover Arts, 2009
  • [4] Heaven Coming Down, Walter J. Lyng - The Suburban, 2009
  • [5] Blue Met Highlights: Imago Premiere of Colleen Wagner's Down from Heaven, Pat Donnelly - Montreal Gazette, 2009
  • [6] World in Crisis, Neil Boyce - Montreal Mirror, 2009
  • [7] Civil Survival, Brett Hooton - The Hour, 2009
  • [8] Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia Imago Theatre
  • [9] Cold Shocker, Amy Barratt - Montreal Mirror, 2003
  • [10] Resurrecting Isadora, Amy Barratt - Montreal Mirror, 2007
  • [11] Quête des origines, Phillipe Couture - Voir, 2009
  • [12] THEATRE: Fallin’ on stage, Neil Boyce - Montreal Mirror, 2010
  • [13] The curtain calls, MJ Stone - The Hour, 2010