NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERETwo men live next to each other on the top floor of an apartment building. One is maniacally neat, the other a manic slob. One day a beautiful young woman moves into the room down the hall... and all hell breaks loose. A painfully funny story of the disastrous unravelling of day-to-day urban life, performed entirely without words, France’s smash hit “mélo-burlesque” Bigre bursts at the seams with twisted gags and brilliant physical comedy in the tradition of Buster Keaton and Jacques Tati.
"Totally irresistible ... Laughs, laughs, and more laughs!"
– LE FIGARO
Molière Award for Best Comedy (2017)
(FRANCE'S TONY AWARD)
- Location: Berkeley Street Theatre
CO-WRITTEN + CREATED BYPierre Guillois, Agathe L'Huillier + Olivier Martin Salvan
DIRECTED BYPierre Guillois
STAGE MANAGERSFrançois Mouton (APR 11-19)
Marion Le Roy (APR 20-28)
SOUND MANAGERLoïc Le Cadre
Eléonore Auzou-Connes (APR 11-19)
Agathe L'Huillier (APR 20-28)
Pre-show chats are free with a ticket to that evening's performance
Thursday, April 13, 20177:15pm (Bluma Appel Theatre)
Professor Barry Freeman, Assistant Professor in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, discusses Robert Lepage's Theatrical canon.