Trojan Barbie

Chocolate Moose Theatre Co. and Oimoi Productions present Trojan Barbie by Christine Evans.

It made me feel sick but excited, too.
I didn’t like it but I did. I didn’t but I did.

Mama hated it. She said it was “decadent and defeatist”.

A remix of Euripides’ Trojan Women, for all the girls who’d rather invent something than be icons.

A love poem from the past to your future.

Rendez-Vous with Home

Black Theatre Workshop is proud to present Rendez-vous With Home written and performed by Djennie Laguerre, and directed by Dayane Ntibarikure. Rendez-Vous with home is the story of sisters Josephine and Suzette, who are sent by their mother on a trip to Haiti to bury their father, a man they barely knew. Josephine, who has scant memories of her father, is anxious. Suzette, on the other hand, has no memories of her father and considers the trip an all-expenses paid vacation. But what the two sisters experience in Haiti proves to be more moving than they had expected – a journey of discovery combined with love, humour, and Haitian oral and dance traditions.

This production is being presented in both official languages – schools may select a performance in either English or French!

Stage Manager, “A Christmas Carol”

Join some of Montreal’s most accomplished and celebrated law, business and media personalities performing on stage in a beautiful retelling of this timeless gem – all in support of one of Canada’ s leading companies for Theatre for Young Audiences. Only 3 performances (including a matinee)!

All performances are all followed by a cocktail and food receptions including silent auctions where patrons can bid on such choice holiday gift items as autographed hockey jerseys, travel and restaurant gift certificates, flat screen TV, sports tickets, and more! Proceeds help Geordie continue to bring its annual 2Play School Tour, Canada’s biggest annual theatre tour, to children across Eastern Canada and present its Mainstage Series to families here in Montreal each season.

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Assistant Stage Manager, “Oedipus Part One: Assembly”

First produced 2,500 years ago in ancient Greece, the story centres on King Oedipus’ quest to rid Thebes of a devastating plague brought on by a mysterious curse. His pursuit of its cause has far-reaching consequences for the city and for himself. This performance is the first phase of a long-term creative development which will re-centre the play’s civic notion of public assembly, and ask what it means to be part of a large-scale appeal to power. An assembly of Montreal community choirs will come together as the play’s chorus of Theban citizens and sing the choral odes en masse.

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Stage Manager, Lighting Designer, “Phenomenal 5ive”

5ive Afro-descended women come together in poetry, song, and dance to tell their truths and bare their souls on stage. For the first time ever, join Sar El Bey, Majiza Philip, Manouchka Elinor, Stella Adjoke, and Elena Stoodley in a theatrical celebration of their talents and stories that you won’t forget. These are the Phenomenal 5ive.

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Talent Runner, “The Ethnic Show”

Talent Runner

Hosted by Alonzo Bodden
Starring Vladamir Camaano, Mike Rita, The Doo Wops, Steve Byrne, and Jessica Kirson

July 2017
Club Soda

Stage Manager, “The Runaway Game”

Stage Manager, Set Design, Lighting and Sound Operator

By Leni Krivy
Dir. Madie Jolliffe

August 2017
The Haviland Club – Prince Edward Island Fringe Festival

Production Manager, “Paani”

Production Manager

By Blowfish Theatre Company (devised)
Dir. Anurag Choudhury

June 2017
Studio Multimedia du Conservatoire – Montreal Fringe Festival

Scribe, “Lower(the)depths”


By Maxim Gorky
Adapted by Creative Peoples’ Caucus
Dir. Barak ade Soleil

September 2015
Montreal Arts Interculturels

Producer, “Matt & Ben”


Producer, Sound designer, Lighting Board Operator

By Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers
Dir. Anurag Choudhury

September 2016
Produced by Blowfish Theatre Company
Players’ Theatre