Le Théâtre indépendant

Le Théâtre indépendant is an interdisciplinary collective whose work is at the crossroads of theater, performance and visual arts. In the spirit of expanding the spectrum of our collective narratives, the collective works with personal stories and fiction to depict a queer perspective of life, giving voice to invisibilized experiences.r.  Le Théâtre indépendant seeks to unfold a dramaturgy of the intimate, awakening the sensibility of the audience and confronting diverse realities. The collective’s recent work has notably tackled the question of identity in relation to violence, seeking a form of sublimation through the embodiment of pain. 

Formed in 2018, Le Théâtre indépendantis an interdisciplinary collective whose core is made up of queer artists working in the live arts : JJ Houle (Direction, National Theatre School of Canada, 2020), Charles Voyer (Acting, Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal, 2018), Léo Gaudreault (B.A. in Visual and Media Arts, Université du Québec à Montréal, 2019), Flavie Lemée (Production, National Theatre School of Canada, 2019) and Antoine Racine (M.F.A. Concordia University, 2022).