Théâtre de Rougemont
“Les conjoints” is a comedy written by Éric Assous and adapted for Québec audiences by Michel Tremblay, staring Anne Casabonne, Michel Forget, Alexandre Goyette and Myriam Poirier. Truth is always put to the test in a couple, whereas lies are just waiting to be unearthed. “Les conjoints” reminds us that happiness is not a permanent state; rather it is a precarious balance. Rich and eventful, the plot depicts the destructive power of money and the subtle play on emotions, and is centered on two men and two women torn between their ethics, interests and emotions. A biting and cynical comedy, finely balanced between tragedy, lightheartedness and liveliness.
|City / Town||Rougemont|
|Address||370, rang de la Montagne|
|Postal/Zip Code||J0L 1M0|
|Telephone||450 469-1006 / 1 888 666-3006|
Theatres, Summer Theatres, Stage EntertainmentCredit cards : Master Card, Visa, Interac
Schedule : July 5 to August 17
Capacity : 588
Services : Packages, air conditioning, restaurant, partially accessible to persons with reduced mobility
Playwright : Reginald Rose
Title : "Douze Hommes en colère"
Description : Reginald Rose "Douze Hommes en colère"