Traduction – Site Web de Marie Laberge – Année 1987
A very big year.
In January, short stories are produced at the Nouveau théâtre expérimental
I did both.
Here: written by Marie Cardinal
Directed by… me, I think.
Normand D’Amour is the attractive yet mysterious one
Maryse Gagné as Linda, the confused one
I play Suzy, the “cheap chick”
Denise Gagnon as Agathe, the loser
On April 3rd, at La Licorne on Saint-Laurent blvd., La Manufacture produces my play Le Night Cap Bar. Directed by Daniel Simard.
Also in April: I’m part of an advisory group newly created by Mrs. Lise Bacon, the purpose of which is to set up the Loi sur le statut de l’artiste.
In June, Oublier is added to the 87-88 season of the Théâtre national de Belgique. The play will be directed by Jean-Claude Drouot.
One of the best theatre posters I’ve ever seen.
I felt I was in excellent company.
In July, sitting by an apricot orchard in Provence, I begin writing the manuscript for Juillet
Those four actresses were so beautiful! Here, Louise Turcot (sitting) as a brilliant Judith and Paule Baillargeon as a remarkable Johanne.
On October 28, La Compagnie Jean Duceppe produces Oublier, which I directed.
Rita Lafontaine, Paule Baillargeon, Louise Turcot and Hélène Mercier played Juliette’s daughters. André Poulin was Roger.
The play was also performed that same month in Brussels, while L’Homme gris was being produced in Dutch, in Flanders.