Serge Lamothe

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Serge Lamothe
Native name Serge Lamothe
Born (1963-02-15) February 15, 1963 (age 52)
Quebec, (Quebec), Canada
Occupation Novelist, poet, dramaturg, translator
Nationality Canadian and French
Citizenship Born Canadian, acquired French citizenship in 2003

Serge Lamothe (born February 15, 1963) is a French-Canadian writer.

Education[edit]

He holds a master's degree in literature from Laval University in Quebec City.

Career[edit]

He was a member of the board and vice president, in 2005, of UNEQ (Quebec Writers Union). Since 2006, he has been a member of the board of the FIL (International Festival of Literature).

Theater[edit]

Circus[edit]

  • 2008 Zed, dramatist, Cirque du Soleil, written and directed by François Girard, Tokyo.
  • 2011 Zarkana, dramatist, Cirque du Soleil, written and directed by François Girard, Radio City Music Hall (NYC), Madrid Arena (Spain), State Kremlin Palace (Moscow). Now a permanent show at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas.

Opera[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2003 Yves-Thériault Award from Radio-Canada for The Prince of Miguasha, author
  • 2011 Kinokuniya Theatre Prize for Hunting Gun, Japan, stage adaptation
  • 2011 Yomiuri Prize for Hunting Gun, Japan, stage adaptation
  • 2012 Prix du Syndicat de la critique, Prix Claude-Rostand, for Parsifal, Lyon, France, dramaturg
  • 2014 Diapason d'or from Diapason for the DVD of Parsifal at the MET, dramaturg

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