The musts according to Louise Sicuro
Louise Sicuro, C.M.

Chief executive officer
Culture pour tous

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From November 13 to December 1, 2012

Théâtre La Chapelle

The author, protagonist, subject and comedian of One is Mani Soleymanlou. With the Orange Noyée company, we discover an amazing guy, and his reflexions as an Iranian Quebecer, the eternal loss of his home-nation, and other profound questionings. A touching and intense show.


Photograph taken on Théâtre La Chapelle website.


From June 1 to October 21, 2012

Centre Phi
13 years old and more

Phi Center is an old building dedicated to actual art, that of the video, the interactive installations and cinema amongst other things.


Technological art is at the core of the reflexions on madness in this unique project. Two artists worked to recreate the madness of a man inside of an interactive room. While the room is reacting to voice and movements, we are meant to live, during 5 minutes, a very special moment of madness.

An installation to try for free, that's worth a look! And to get a souvenir from the experience:

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La dérive douce d'un enfant de petit-goâve

September 24, 2012

Cinéma Beaubien
7 pm

The Axe de véveloppement Nord-Sud (ADNS) invite you to the projecting of this 2009 movie that will be the object of a unique screening at Cinéma Beaubien, in the presence of Dany Lafferière. I strongly suggest you go see this magnificent movie and in doing so you will help finance the Drouillard Dasney public school in Haiti. Participation cost is only $20.

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