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by Michel Tremblay

Germaine Lauzon wins 1 million trading stamps and hosts a party of her sisters and neighbors to paste the stamps into books. The women, who live in Montreal, show their true colors as they confront this monumental task.

Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay’s play from 1968 was revolutionary in its depiction of characters who speak Joual, the dialect of the Quebec working-class, in defiance of traditional French theatre.

Cast:

Germaine Lauzon- Sandra Lowe-Dusel

Linda Lauzon- Andrea Daszkiewicz

Rose Ouimet- Lory Love Restivo

Gabrielle Jodoin- Adele Fico

Lisette de Courval- Lora Nava

Marie-Ange Brouillette- Kristy Walter

Yvette Longpré- Lois Fiegl

Des-Neiges Verrette- Karen Dieruf

Thérèse Dubuc- Kathy Coughenour

Olivine Dubuc TBA

Angéline Sauvé- Alana Ghent

Rhéauna Bibeau- Sandy Lisiewski

Lise Paquette- Katie Kreutter

Ginette Menard- TBA

Pierrette Guèrin- Misty Lynn Macey

This reading is scheduled for:

Saturday Mar. 06, 2021 07:30 PM (concluded)

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