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The boys are back in town and in great shape! They have been busy working out... their material, that is! The CD is called Hindsight. We asked Bowser & Blue: Why? "Because it was 2020. Now it's 2021, we just had the Olympics, so we guess we can finally have the 2020 Bowser and Blue!"
Take the kids to watch this animated children's film! Little Sioux Yakari sets off to follow the trail of Little Lightning, a mustang. Yakari has a magical encounter with the Great Eagle, his totem animal, who gives him a beautiful feather and the gift of being able to speak with animals. The film is directed by Xavier Giacometti and Toby Genkel.
Where were you in the 1970s? If you were near a radio, you will be able to fill in the blanks: Doobie ____, Rod ____, KC and the Sunshine ____, Elton ____, Bye Bye Miss ____, Me and Bobby ____, Killing Me ____, I Shot the ____, Peaceful Easy ____, Have You Ever Seen the ____. How did you do on the quiz? Vintage Wine happily returns to Theatre Lac-Brome to play rock mixed with pop, blues, folk, country, jazz, rhythm…
First out of the gates in our Heritage Project presentations is the Heritage Choir bringing you a lovely varied program. As an added bonus, the Heritage Choir will be presenting a scene from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, starring the Heritage Choir members! This is a free event, but spaces are limited. Call the theatre at 450-242-2270 to reserve your spot.
Theatre Lac-Brome is delighted to welcome back the wonderful Stéphane Tétreault. His outdoor concert last summer with Valérie Milot on harp was such a huge success, that they did two shows for us! This year he is back and flying solo with The Bach Cello Suites. Discover the magic of the Suites in the hands of this young virtuoso, a unique concert that is sure to uplift our spirits.
Enjoy Theatre Lac-Brome’s Opening Gala. A catered buffet and more surprises await you! We will feature Martha Wainwright. With an undeniable voice and an arsenal of powerful songs, Martha Wainwright is a beguiling performer and a refreshingly different force in music. Martha began building a buzz with her well-noted EPs, prior to her 2005 critically and commercially successful début LP, Martha Wainwright. Listen here to her new album, titled Wolves.
New York in the ’90s: After leaving graduate school to pursue her dream of becoming a writer, Joanna gets hired as an assistant to Margaret, the stoic and old-fashioned literary agent of J.D. Salinger (The Catcher in the Rye). As an added bonus, screenwriter and director Philippe Falardeau will introduce the film and will be present for a Q & A after the screening. The film is in English with French subtitles. A lovely, captivating film managed with grace, tenderness and touching…
For the first time on our stage, we are thrilled to present Kathia Rock in a moving journey as she illuminates her culture through music, storytelling and theatre. Her musical universe is inspired as much by her urban environment as by her Innu community of Uashat-Mak-Maliotenam, on the North Shore. She composes and interprets melodies that draw their sources from the ancestral repertoire of her people as well as from traditional "contemporary folk-rock fusion music." For more information: http://kathiarock.com/