2345, rue Jarry Est
I am particularly fond of La TOHU for its ecological mission, its integration in the urban scene and its extraordinary community involvement. I also like this performance venue for its very fine multifunctional theatre in the round, for its permanent exhibition so beautifully integrated in the theatre walls and for its always bold annual programming of the circus in all its forms (dance, music, theatre, etc.). This fall marks the tenth season of La TOHU, which was founded in 2004. Until September 29, a multidisciplinary exhibition about Voodoo and Creativity is on there, featuring some 50 photos, paintings, drawings, objects, videos and books – a fine opportunity to discover all the wealth and originality of the spiritual and religious world of Haiti.
Phtoto: Luce Tremblay Gaudette