L'histoire à finir de Jimmy Jones et de son camion céleste


On a road trip through an imaginary America in the 50s, Jimmy Jones Jr. recounts tales and setbacks of his father, a rather unusual man. Replete with nostalgic stories of diners, car washes and drive-in movies, as well as fields stretching as far as the eye can see.


We find ourselves plunged in an alternate universe, absurd and full of humour, where, in the shadow of his father, Jimmy clumsily tries to imitate this suffocating model of masculinity.

“Sometimes, you have to be able to see your life as fiction in order to dispel the frictions.” – Jimmy Jones Jr. –

L’histoire à finir de Jimmy Jones et son camion céleste

Text : Francis Monty
Creation and interpretation: Francis Monty and Alexandre Leroux
Object and costume design: Julie Vallée-Léger
Creative collaboration: Antoine Laprise and Antonia Leney-Granger
Assistant directors: Martine Richard, Jonathan Cusson and Julie Brosseau-Doré
Dramaturgical advice: Jonathan Cusson
Concept of the character of Jimmy Jones: Pier Porcheron
Production: Théâtre de la Pire Espèce

Post-show meeting with the artists, made possible by Voyagements

Free passes at our service counters (Bibliothèque du Boisé or Bibliothèque du Vieux-Saint-Laurent, Centre des loisirs, Complexe sportif) or online reservation at a cost of $2 starting November 1st, 2023.

Show presented in french.

In partnership

An event presented as part of "CAM en tournée."

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Trailer of the play


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