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Cross-country theatre experience to stop in Sudbury at TNO

'UN.DEUX.TROIS.' features 40 artists from across Canada who are Indigenous, non-Indigenous and Métis and Francophones, including Jean Marc Dalpé, France Huot and Chloé Thériault 
Image from the theatrical experience, UN.DEUX.TROIS. which is being staged at Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario this month.

A production by Orange Noyée in partnership with the National Arts Centre French Theatre, Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario (TNO) will present UN. DEUX. TROIS. until Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. and again Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. at Grande Salle in Place des Arts. 

The Oct. 8 show will offer English subtitles. 

Playing in eight other locations, UN. DEUX. TROIS. features 40 artists from across Canada who are Indigenous, non-Indigenous and Métis and all Francophones. 

Billed as a truly unique theatrical experience, the Sudbury stop of the cross-country tour will feature co-creators staging their lived experiences, ideas, aspirations and frustrations to question what “constitutes us, divides us, and unites us,” reads a release from TNO.  

“A show that dares to go beyond speeches, signs, rhetoric and empty phrases, to go out and meet audiences from Vancouver to Moncton, via Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Winnipeg, Caraquet and Sudbury.”

This marathon of theater that will take you through all kinds of emotions, reads the release, “Especially since many familiar faces are in the cast,” including Jean Marc Dalpé, France Huot, Chloé Thériault, Caroline Raynaud, Dillon Orr and Manon St-Jules. 

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the TNO website, found here