Segal Centre for Performing Arts

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Segal Centre for Performing Arts
Centre Segal des arts de la scène
Centre Segal des arts de la scene.JPG
Segal Centre for Performing Arts
Location 5170, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3W 1M7
Coordinates 45°29′19″N 73°38′08″W / 45.488729°N 73.635674°W / 45.488729; -73.635674Coordinates: 45°29′19″N 73°38′08″W / 45.488729°N 73.635674°W / 45.488729; -73.635674
Public transit Côte-Sainte-Catherine and Snowdon
Capacity Theatre -306
Studio - 186
CinemaSpace - 77
Opened 1967
Architect Phyllis Lambert
Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre

The Segal Centre for Performing Arts, formerly the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts, is a theatre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located at 5170 chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, in the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.

The building that houses the theatre was designed by Montreal architect Phyllis Lambert,[1] a daughter of Saidye Bronfman. It is home to the Segal Theatre, the Academy of Performing Arts, CinemaSpace, Studio, and the Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre.

Production history[edit]

2013-14 season

2012-13 season

2011–12 season

2010–11 season

2009–10 season

2008–09 season

2007–08 season

2006–07 season

2005–06 season

2004–05 season

2003–04 season

2002–03 season

2001–02 season

2000–01 season

1999–2000 season

1998–99 season

1997–98 season

1996–97 season

1995–96 season

  • Jest a Second!, by James Sherman, directed by Dennis Zacek
  • Crazy for You
  • The Faraway Nearby, by John Murrell, directed by Lily Parker

1994–95 season

1993–94 season

  • Beau Jest, by James Sherman, directed by Roger Peace, Snapshot Productions
  • Brilliant Traces / Traces D’étoiles, by Cindy Lou Johnson, translated by Maryse Warda, directed by Pierre Bernard
  • The Mandrake, by Jean-Pierre Ronfard - Cancelled

1992–93 season

1991–92 season

1990–91 season

1988–89 season

  • Cantata, by Anne Cameron, directed by Svetlana Zylin
  • Shades, by Eugene Poku & Jessie Goldberg, directed by Glen Robinson
  • Echo, by Ann Diamond, adapted by Robert Lepage, directed by Rober Lepeljo
  • The Passion of Narcisse Mondoux, by Gratien Gélinas, translated by Linda Gaboriau, directed by Peter Moss
  • Sarah Bernard & the Beast, by Michael Bawtree, directed by Michael Bawtree
  • The Mystery of the Oak Island Treasure, by Jim Betts, directed by Elsa Bolam

1986–87 season

1983–84 season

1981–82 season

1980–81 season

  • Table Settings, by James Lapine, directed by Perry Schneiderman
  • L'Impromtu d'Outremont, by Michel Tremblay, translated by John Van Burek, directed by André Brassard
  • Mixed Marriage, by George Szanto, music by Philip Schreibman, directed by Per Brask
  • Bosoms & Neglect, by John Guare, directed by Brian Richmond
  • A Concert-Cabaret, medley of Kurt Weill, Sondheim and Yiddish music
  • The Emigrants, by Slavomir Mrozek, translation by Henry Beissel, directed by Per Brask
  • Hotsmach, by Itzik Manger, music by Eli Rubinstein, directed by Dora Wasserman, production of the Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre
  • Green Fields, by Peretz Hirschbien, music Eli Rubinstein, lyrics M. Husid, directed by Dora Wasserman, production of the Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre
  • Songs & Stories of A. A. Milne, adapted by Judith Lebane

1979–80 season

  • Biography: A Game, by Max Frisch, directed by Alexander Hausvater
  • Peter and the Wolf, production of EntreSix Dance Theatre
  • La petite injustice, by Raphael Lévy, translated by Aviva Ravel, directed by Daniel Simard
  • Blue Champagne, by Ken John Grant, music by Don Horsburg, directed by Ken John Grant
  • Family Business, by Dick Goldberg, directed by Sean Mulcahy
  • The Vaudevillians, by Peter Colley & Heinar Piller

1978–79 season

1977–78 season

1976–77 season

1975–76 season

  • Quatre à Quatre, by Michel Garneau, translated by Christian Bedard & Keith Turnbull, composed by André Angelini, directed by Daniele J. Suissa
  • The Wizard of Oz, from the novel of L. Frank Baum, directed by George Popovich
  • Zalmen, or the Madness of God, by Elie Wiesel, adapted by Marion Wiesel, directed by Sean Mulcahy
  • Flytrap, by David Freeman, composed by Eli Rubinstein, directed by Robert Robinson
  • La Locandiera, by Carlo Goldoni, translated by Clifford Bax, directed by George Popovich
  • The Collection & The Lover, by Harold Pinter, directed by Robert Robinson

1974–75 season

1973–74 season

1972–73 season

  • Sleeping Beauty, by Chris Wiggings, directed by Suzanne McFarlane
  • Captives of the Faceless Drummer, by George Ryga, directed by Henry Tarvainen
  • Kaddish, by Allen Ginsberg, directed by Daniele J. Suissa
  • The Patrick Pearse Motel, by Hugh Leonard, directed by Sean Mulcahy

1971–72 season

1970–71 season

1969–70 season

1968–69 season

1967–68 season

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