MTL Fringe 2018: Parisian theatre company 1919 premieres at Montreal Fringe with “25”

Featured 2018 St. Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival Production

25 (Photo Credit: Fern Courarie)

2 actors. 12 characters. 45 minutes.

“25” follows twelve characters through their mid-twenties as they find themselves confronted with life changing situations, because 25 is not only an age, it is a crossroads. A crossroads between childhood and parenthood, school and career, growing old and staying young. 25 puts things into perspective at a time when, for better or for worse, changes are happening.

Costume changes and sound cues happen on stage in this fast paced drama, giving the audience an intimate glimpse into the characters’ lives.

The Parisian theatre company 1919, created in 2017 in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, is proud to premiere at the Saint Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival from June 8th-16th. It is the first stop on their Canadian tour, with performances in seven cities and five provinces. The company aims to bring contemporary, experimental theatre to a wide variety of audiences throughout the world.

The 2018 St. Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival presents

Director: Elliot Delage
Choreographer: Maria McClurg
Cast: Anastasia Wells, Elliot Delage
Music: Datura, Ulysses Wells

Venue: Black Theatre Workshop Studio
3680 Jeanne-Mance Montreal, H2X 2K5

Show times:
June 8th @ 5:30pm
June 9th @ 7:45pm
June 10th @ 3:00pm
June 12th @ 10:00pm
June 14th @ 9:30pm
June 15th @ 5:30pm
June 16th @ 7:00pm

Admission: $10 General

Ages: 16+ | Language: English | Run time: 45 | Latecomers: 5 minutes

Tickets and Info: 514 849-FEST

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