Inspired by silent film and flirting with the "Grand Guignol" and melodrama, this wordless adaptation of Macbeth, an accelerated and bloody version of the cursed couple's woes, humorously transports us into a frantic race for power.
William Shakespeare's famous story of war, magic, sex and politics is reinvented in the style of the La Fille Du Laitier, in a high-voltage show without words! A performance by actors and Theatre of Objects, this original reading of the play provides an opportunity for the general public and young adults in high schools to discover or rediscover it from another angle.
Theatre without words
FREE PASS REQUIRED
INFORMAL GET-TOGETHER AFTER THE SHOW
Show presented as part of the Conseil des Arts de Montréal en tournée
In collaboration with Les Voyagements
Co-created by: Marie-Hélène Bélanger, Jon Lachlan Stewart and William Shakespeare
Directed by: Jon Lachlan Stewart
Set design, costumes and props: Cédric Lord
Sound environment: Jon Lachlan Stewart
Cast: Jérémie Francoeur and Clara Prévost Dubé
Watch the trailer.