From September 21 to October 1st, artists from all over the world will meet for Les Zébrures d’automne des Francophonies – Des écritures à la scène in Limoges for 10 days of theatre, dance, music, conversations and debates, to celebrate the diversity of the French language throughout the world.
The festival’s lineup puts the spotlight on Canadian francophone artistic creation:
- Anna, ces trains qui foncent sur moi
Written by Steve Gagnon and directed by Vincent Goethals.
September 23 and 24 at 7pm at CMM Jean Moulin in Limoges – Further info
- Martine à la plage
Based on the novel by Simon Boulerice (La Mèche), adapted, designed and directed by Alban Coulaud.
September 26 and 27 at 6pm at Expression 7 in Limoges – Further info
As part of the festival, a professional delegation of Franco-Canadian theatre artists will meet in Paris and Limoges at the festival, in order to explore new avenues of collaboration, exchange and promotion between Francophone artists. This delegation is organized by Les Zones Théâtrales in Ottawa, in partnership with the Canada Council for the Arts and the Canadian Cultural Centre.