Le secret de Béatrice,
If you want to relax and have a little fun, take the road to the Laurentians to the Théâtre Saint-Sauveur or the Théâtre Sainte-Adèle. For the past 26 years, this family enterprise has been charming people with the quality of its programming and its delicious theatre supper. Again this year, you'll be blown away by the quality of the actors and the choice of plays that are being presented. Ready for the curtain to rise?
Discover Le secret de Béatrice
This summer, the Théâtre Saint-Sauveur is presenting Le secret de Béatrice whose heroine is being played by none other than Béatrice Picard. This comedy by Michael and Suzan Parker, directed and adapted by Vincent Bilodeau, is full of twists and turns. An old couple, Béatrice and Albert, played by Jacques l’Heureux, are skilled fraud artists who want to renovate their inn without spending a penny. You'll watch the preposterous and zany antics of a dozen characters played by France Parent, Vincent Bilodeau, Myriam LeBlanc, and Marc St-Martin.
Make way for L’Amour en Otage
L’Amour en Otage,
Théâtre de Sainte-Adèle
The Théâtre de Sainte-Adèle is proud to present plays by Quebec authors. The comedy L’Amour en Otage, written by Sylvie Lemay and directed by Marie Charlebois, gives you a look into the life of Marie. This well behaved, ordinary girl has kidnapped a member of Parliament. Then the entire family gets mixed up in the goings-on and turns the situation into pure delirium. You'll have a lot of fun watching Sylvie Boucher, Robert Brouillette, Caroline Bouchard, Jean-Pierre Chartrand, and Guillaume Champoux who play their characters brilliantly.
Treat yourself to the whole package
Whatever play and theatre you choose, you can offer yourself a little something extra. A variety of supper theatre packages will ensure you a great time with that special someone or with your friends. At both the Théâtre Saint-Sauveur and the Théâtre Sainte-Adèle, two choices of menu are offered, including Chinese fondue, carefully prepared on site. Something to tempt your taste buds before you settle yourself comfortably on your reserved seat to enjoy the exploits of the actors.