Théâtre du Nouveau Monde

84, rue Sainte Catherine Ouest | Montréal


From: Shakespeare translated by Michel Garneau

Directed by: Robert Lepage

Dates: from January 15 to February 18, 2019

Democracy is not a natural virtue. Theatrical giants recognize one another across the centuries, and inevitably engage in dialogue. From the beginning of his career, Robert Lepage has repeatedly returned to Shakespeare. In his distinctive, contemporary voice, Lepage retells the story of an unyielding Roman leader, Marcius, dubbed Coriolanus by his soldiers after his single-handed conquest of the enemy city Coriolis. Biting and direct, Michel Garneau's celebrated translation infuses Shakespearean action with lightning energy, inspiring actors Alexandre Goyette, Anne-Marie Cadieux and Rémy Girard, among others.

Performance in French only

Tuesday: 7:30 pm
Wednesday to Friday: 8:00 pm
Saturday: 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm
Sunday and Monday: off


Tickets between $30.00 and $77.00