Contact Theatre presents English Montreal premiere of “Bonnie & Clyde” at MainLine Theatre

Tickets now on sale for debut production of emerging theatre company

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MONTREAL, February 25th, 2019. From April 25th to 28th, emerging theatre company Contact Theatre presents its debut production, Bonnie and Clyde: a new musical. Staged at the Mainline Theatre, the venue will host an intimate audience for one weekend only to witness a passionate adventure.

Camille Cormier Morasse and Joel Bernstein portray outlaws Bonnie and Clyde for the first time on the English Montreal stage. “Playing the famous ravishing redhead is more than exciting for me. Because we are portraying real people, we get to really explore the depths of their backgrounds while building our own unique versions,” says Morasse.

Featuring music by Frank Wildhorn and lyrics by Don Black, the show explores the true story of two impassioned revolutionaries who ultimately choose their commitment to each other over everything else.

Joel Bernstein and Camille Cormier Morasse star as Clyde and Bonnie
(Image courtesy of Contact Theatre)

“The goal is to create a world of mobility versus stagnance. The characters have a strong desire to move forward, to accomplish something great, but they’re trapped in a historical moment where that is next to impossible.” unveils Artistic director and choreographer Debora Friedmann. “We don’t glorify the life of crime the heroes chose, we humanize them and create empathy for our infamous couple.”

Contact Theatre is a new musical company that tackles provocative shows with intense subject matter. The group was founded by prominent talents in the Montreal theatre scene, Ally Brumer and Debora Friedmann. The duo as mostly notably recognized for their partnership on The Addams Family Musical by the West Island Theatre Association, nominated for Best Musical at the 2018 Montréal English Theatre Awards. Following their success in the West Island, the team brought their talents into the city to harvest their own theatre community.

Image courtesy of Contact Theatre

Thursday, April 25 at 7:30pm
Friday, April 26 at 7:30pm
Saturday, April 27 at 2:00pm
Saturday, April 27 at 7:30pm
Sunday, April 28 at 6:30pm 

$24 general admission
Tickets can be purchased online at,
By telephone at 514-849-3378, and
In person from Tuesday through Saturday from 2pm-6pm.
Please note that same day sales are by telephone and in person only.

Contact: Ally Brumer (Producer), 514-776-5444

Bonnie Parker – Camille Cormier Morasse
Clyde Barrow – Joel Bernstein
Blanche Barrow – Julia Kennific
Buck Barrow – Mike Mastromonaco
Ted Hinton – Daniel Wilkenfeld
Sheriff Schmid – Justin Calla (Fight Captain)
Pracher – Lindsay Connolly
Cumie Barrow – Leya Gervais
Henry Barrow – Bryan Libero
Emma Parker – Lindsay Milner
Eleanor/Ensemble – Elizabeth Hendy
Trish/Ensemble – Mégane Valliere
Stella/Ensemble – Hannah Lazare
Deputy Bud/Ensemble – Dylan Stanley
Deputy Johnson/Ensemble – Lucas Amato
Young Bonnie – Abigail McCrory
Young Clyde – Cameron Saibil

Producer – Ally Brumer
Director & Choreographer – Debora Friedmann
Musical Director – Corina Vincelli
Production Manager – Maya Radhakrishna
Technical Director – Miles Keily-Baxter
Stage Manager – Mathieu Roy
Assistant Stage Manager – Danielle Eyer
Assistant Stage Manager – Alicia Magliocco
Set Designer – Kenzia Dalie
Sound Designer – Evan Brown
Lighting & Projection Designer – Malika Pharand
Props Master – Alizee Millot
Makeup & Hair Designer – Simone Michelle
Costume Designer – Jess Beyer
Assistant Costume Designer – Adrienne Gantenberg
Assistant Choreographer – Édith Cardinal
Band Leader – Nick Gallant
Communications Coordinator – Jillian Reynolds
Fundraising Coordinator – Nour Malek

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