Online event: Reading of Frontières LibresDec 10, 2022
Saturday, December 10 2pm (Presentation in French)
Join l’Amalgame for a virtual reading of Frontières Libres, a piece by Marie-Thé Morin.
Different people, each with their own destiny, find themselves aboard the same train and share only one objective: to go somewhere, elsewhere, in the most total anonymity. When disaster strikes the train, the passengers suddenly become survivors who need each other. The outside world holds its breath and watches what happens. But the wrecked train disappeared in thick fog, and the weather did not allow rescuers to be sent immediately. Without news, the outside world imagines the craziest scenarios. For their part, the survivors, cut off from the world, find a survival instinct long buried under the comfort of technology. The most unlikely alliances and friendships are forged as the characters, aware of their own mortality, confront the intimate boundaries that have always defined them.
This free online event will take place on Saturday, December 10t at 2pm and space is limited so don’t delay in registering!
The presentation will feature 17 different lecturers: Murielle Bourdeau, Pauline Laneville, Alain St-Arnaud, Nancye Labrecque, Nicole Labelle, Robert Perron, Gabrielle Dignard, Jacqueline Petroq, Lucy Gail, JG Pepin, Marie-claude Lepage, Danielle Duplantie, Claude Villemaire, Victor Dupuis, Carol Boileau and Anita Bedi.
For more information on the event, and to register, please click here.
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