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À Toi, pour Toujours, ta Marie-Lou ()

Produced by

Théâtre Français de Toronto

Playwright: Michel Tremblay
Director: Diana LeBlanc


The Berkeley Street Theatre – Upstairs Theatre


February 2nd, 2011 – February 19th, 2011


Marie-Lou and Léopold have been married for twenty years. They have two teenage daughters and a young son. They lead a very simple life, with low pay and little problems. But behind their numerous trivial worries stemming from a dull and monotonous daily life lurk more serious problems. Grudges, disappointments and hatred borne from their inability to communicate. All this leads to a tragic death, which is relived ten years later, through the eyes of their two daughters who, in familiar surroundings, settle the score with each other and their past, each in their own way. (Show Program)


Mélanie Beauchamp Carmen
Marie-Hélène Fontaine Marie-Lou
Janick Hébert Manon
Guy Mignault Léopold

Creative Team

Michel Tremblay Playwright
Diana LeBlanc Director
Patricia Marceau Assistant Director
Glen Charles Landry Set
Glenn Davidson Lighting
Nina Okens Costumes
Glen Charles Landry Video Direction


Gabriel Dubé Stage Manager
Cindy Verger Stage Assistant
Guy McLoughlin Videographer
Boyd Bonitzki Video Editor
John Van Burek English Surtitles Translation
Bill Glassco English Surtitles Translation
Gunta Dreifelds Surtitles Producer


Colin Benoit Venue Technician