COVID-19 is spreading everywhere these days and it continues to affect the team of the play “Symphorien”, which after an initial postponement of performances last week, must extend its halted due to the coronavirus disease.
We had to postpone the performances from July 13 to 17. Now, we must do the same for the performances scheduled for July 20 to 24 at the Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne.
Les Productions Martin Leclerc indicated, Wednesday, in a press release, that the actors should wear new costumes for their characters starting Tuesday, July 26, at 8 p.m.
Ticket holders for postponed performances are asked not to contact the theater directly. The box office team will contact all buyers by email or telephone over the next few days to relocate them to new dates, subject to availability.
The piece “Symphorien” stars François Chénier ( Symphorien), Martin Héroux (Éphrem), Michelle Labonté (Madame Sylvain), Nathalie Mallette (Mademoiselle L'Espérance), Patrice Coquereau (Oscar Bellemare), Anne-Marie Binette (Marie-Madeleine) and Stéphan Côté (Dr Jetté, Curé, Donat Labonté and Beaulac).
It is directed by Louis Saia and Pierre Séguin. The texts are by Pierre Huet and Louis Saia. Presented at the Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne until August 14, the play will then be given a tour across Quebec. So far, nearly 35,000 tickets have been sold. All dates are here [symphorienlapiece.com].
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