MONTREAL – A spectacle québécois as a tribute to the writer Nelly Arcan, who disappeared in 2009, is presented from Thursday, in a theatre in Amsterdam, the netherlands.
It is the room with The fury of what I think, Marie Brassard, which was created in 2013.
Three performances have been scheduled.
Christine Beaulieu, who is one of the performers of this piece, points out that it stimulates interest abroad.
“We went to Madrid last April, last week it was at Limoges, and there, one is in Amsterdam to present the show, has listed the artist in the interview transatlantic with The canadian Press. There are still other broadcasters interested. So, me, in this moment, I truly realized a dream to be here because it is in one of the most beautiful theaters in the world (the “Stadschouwburg”).”
The one who is also a playwright has also learned on Wednesday that she is a finalist in the category “Theatre” for the Governor general’s literary Awards.
This appointment comes to him for his piece I love Hydro.
Amsterdam, she said that it was a huge honour.
The author and actress is particularly proud of the work that has been done with the illustrator Mathilde Corbeil for the book version of the theatrical work.
“It in fact becomes a piece of theatre illustrated, which is quite rare and I’m proud of it, because I’m really in love with the illustrations. It has worked fairly picky and thorough, Mathilde and me, to put on paper all those words there so that these designs to be beautiful to the eye.”
Christine Beaulieu could not conceal his pride to be in line with Michel Tremblay, Guillaume Lapierre-Desnoyers, Steve Gagnon, and Anne-Marie Olivier.
“I am very touched by that. In addition, with the other finalists who are there, who are authors for whom I have enormous respect.”
The winners of the Governor general’s literary awards will be announced on 30 October.
Meanwhile, the artist in request to continue the filming of the third season of the series to Let go (HERE, Radio-Canada) and the rehearsals for the play Balance, by Marcel Dubé, who will be played in the Theatre of the New World on November 13.