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Le Fa Le Do ()

Produced by

Théâtre Français de Toronto

Playwright: Luc Moquin
Director: Mathieu Charette


The Berkeley Street Theatre – Upstairs Theatre


October 23rd, 2013 – November 2nd, 2013


Do follows Albert, an archivist nearing retirement. As he sorts through recordings at the National Archives, he discovers a magnetic tape with the anonymous voice of a young woman singing Fado music. Mesmerized by her sensual and heart-rending voice, Albert is determined to locate the woman behind it.

He becomes unwillingly entangled in a wild cobweb of romantic setbacks, political conspiracies, State secrets, and occult groups. Torn between truth and absurdity, Albert will pursue his quest with the help of Jean-Daniel, the “urban cowboy.” Le Fa le do is a story of people who love and shun each other; an adventure combining the wild west, satire, political thriller, and of course music. (


Raymond Accolas Albert, the Archivist
Sasha Dominique The Lady Alice
Geneviève Dufour Chanteuse Agnes
Erick Fournier The Cowboy, Jean-Daniel
Andrée Rainville Janie / Sonia / Colette / Other Characters
Philip Van Martin The Young Scientist, Julien

Creative Team

Luc Moquin Playwright
Mathieu Charette Director
Claude Naubert Composer
Claude Naubert Soundscape Designer
Melanie McNeill Set
Nina Okens Costumes
Simon Rossiter Lights
Michel Naubert Music Arrangements


Claude Naubert Guitar
Louis Trudel Guitar


Sophie Ducharme Stage Manager
Sophie Ducharme Tour Manager
Luc Moquin English Translation
Gunta Dreifelds Surtitles Conception
Melanie Hall Surtitles Manager
Dominic Manca Production Manager
Lindsay Tremblay Production Manager
Lindsay Tremblay Tour Manager
Chantelle Zoelene Laliberte Head of Costumes
Jacklyn Zaltz Props
Gill Lesperance Set Builder
Michel Naubert Programming
Claude Naubert Sound Engineer