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April 2018
CAD $17.50 - CAD $32

La dette de Dieu

April 9 @ 7:00 pm
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines presents Jean-François Boisvenue's 'La dette de Dieu' from April 9th to 13th.

"When God designed our world, he was short of cash, and so he was forced to borrow money from the Devil to complete his creation. And from this debt would result the omnipresence of the Devil who has watched carefully over his assets since the beginning. It is from this premise that the performer Jean-François Boisvenue sets out to give us a stage essay exploring the theme of indebtedness and credit. Through various sketches ranging from dance to theatre to a cooking show, the author and performer shows us the many facets of the debt, whether personal or collective. Taken from documentary, poetic, humorous or autobiographical angles, this solo allows us to glimpse the various – often insidious – ways in which credit governs the mechanics of our lives."

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CAD $17.50 - CAD $32

La dette de Dieu

April 10 @ 8:00 pm
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines presents Jean-François Boisvenue's 'La dette de Dieu' from April 9th to 13th.

"When God designed our world, he was short of cash, and so he was forced to borrow money from the Devil to complete his creation. And from this debt would result the omnipresence of the Devil who has watched carefully over his assets since the beginning. It is from this premise that the performer Jean-François Boisvenue sets out to give us a stage essay exploring the theme of indebtedness and credit. Through various sketches ranging from dance to theatre to a cooking show, the author and performer shows us the many facets of the debt, whether personal or collective. Taken from documentary, poetic, humorous or autobiographical angles, this solo allows us to glimpse the various – often insidious – ways in which credit governs the mechanics of our lives."

Find out more »
CAD $17.50 - CAD $32

La dette de Dieu

April 12 @ 8:00 pm
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines presents Jean-François Boisvenue's 'La dette de Dieu' from April 9th to 13th.

"When God designed our world, he was short of cash, and so he was forced to borrow money from the Devil to complete his creation. And from this debt would result the omnipresence of the Devil who has watched carefully over his assets since the beginning. It is from this premise that the performer Jean-François Boisvenue sets out to give us a stage essay exploring the theme of indebtedness and credit. Through various sketches ranging from dance to theatre to a cooking show, the author and performer shows us the many facets of the debt, whether personal or collective. Taken from documentary, poetic, humorous or autobiographical angles, this solo allows us to glimpse the various – often insidious – ways in which credit governs the mechanics of our lives."

Find out more »
CAD $17.50 - CAD $32

La dette de Dieu

April 13 @ 8:00 pm
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines presents Jean-François Boisvenue's 'La dette de Dieu' from April 9th to 13th.

"When God designed our world, he was short of cash, and so he was forced to borrow money from the Devil to complete his creation. And from this debt would result the omnipresence of the Devil who has watched carefully over his assets since the beginning. It is from this premise that the performer Jean-François Boisvenue sets out to give us a stage essay exploring the theme of indebtedness and credit. Through various sketches ranging from dance to theatre to a cooking show, the author and performer shows us the many facets of the debt, whether personal or collective. Taken from documentary, poetic, humorous or autobiographical angles, this solo allows us to glimpse the various – often insidious – ways in which credit governs the mechanics of our lives."

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