Traduction – Site Web de Marie Laberge – Année 1988
January: La Femme d’intérieur at the Nouveau théâtre expérimental (Espace Libre).
Its author Robert Claing loved the dressing room!
He was my lover. We co-directed the play. Also, Martine Beaulne, who played my friend, had already been my friend in real life for many years.
A genuine family affair! We had so much fun.
My very first dud (and hopefully my last)
Night, produced in Toronto
The applause was so subdued, we barely bowed once… The next day, the critics tore us apart. (ou were scathing, c’est selon)
No picture, which won’t surprise anyone… Yet the memory remains vivid
In July, an international symposium about… me is organized by McGill University’s École française d’été, under the leadership of André Smith
The symposium’s acts
Claude Piéplu (my Homme gris in France) gave a speech
Aurélie, ma soeur
The entire creation of this play at the Trident in Quebec City reflects this picture: pure happiness!
Dedicated to Denise Gagnon, my friend for 10 years.
A phenomenal actress (and my first reader for so many years)
What is 10 years compared to the 31 years of friendship we share to this day?
With Guylaine Tremblay in one of her first big roles – the future looked bright…
Two great actresses who knew how to play off each other
Monique Dion’s set was spectacular, bright and intimate at the same time
Lighting by Michel Beaulieu
With John Applin, my co-director who also handled control room duties
[John who was such a calm presence on opening night, John who left us too soon in 2002]