NOVEMBER 27 – DECEMBER 8
Inspired by the family history of local celebrity barber Gino Chiarella, Winter’s Daughter takes us to an isolated farm in Southern Italy in 1921, in the aftermath of World-War-One where a couple copes with tremendous trauma and loss while wrestling with how to care for a Jewish child suddenly abandoned at their doorstep.
Inspired by K. David Brody’s short-story The Peddlers’ Daughter.
Featuring: Ryan Bommarito, Michaela Di Cesare, Amir Sám Nakhjavani
Directed by Emma Tibaldo
Written by Jesse Stong
Stage Manager: Kate Hagemeyer
Set and lighting Design: Zoe Roux
Costume Design: Lara Kaluza
Projection Design: Jaclyn Turner
Sound Design: Rob Denton
Production Manager: Stephanie Van Dalen
Technical Director: Bruce Lambie
Tableau D’Hôte Theatre 2019-2020 season
Tableau D’Hôte Theatre recently announced its 2019-2020 season alongside eight other professional English Montréal theatre companies. Our upcoming season explores what lies behind holding space, truth, power, and secrets by delving head first into what it may take to (re)claim personal and collective narratives and histories. With its first ever season dedicated entirely to new works, the company will ring in its fifteenth year by setting the stage for a daring new era in our history.
MORE THAN A FOOTNOTE
Recipient of 2019 commission
Hot Blooded Foreigner tells the story of 28-year-old Southern Italian immigrant Angelina Napolitano murdered her abusive husband with an axe while he slept. She was seven months pregnant. She spent the next hour cuddling with one of her four children before calling a neighbour and saying in her native dialect, “I just killed a pig.” Angelina’s story is notable in Canadian history because she is the first defendant to have used the battered woman defence at trial.
Hearing, finding, translating Kiyoko
First in a series of articles by Julie Tamiko Manning about her process, her discoveries, and her struggles while writing Mizushōbai (The Water Trade), the recipient of the inaugural 2017 edition of More than a Footnote
“We could hear the tone and tilt and burst of Kiyoko’s voice but no one understood Japanese. Except Ayumi. The performance artist. The runner. The immunologist student. The sister of the writer whose novels I ate up because I ate up anything I could find from Japanese Canadian artists because I felt so alone and those were the people who made me see that I could be Japanese Canadian and an artist.”
Want to help Tableau D’Hôte Theatre out?
Would you be willing to make a monthly donation to help Tableau D’Hôte continue to be Montréal’s home for Canadian theatre? We’re pleased to announce the launch of our 10×100 drive. We’re looking for 100 art lovers who are willing and able to make $10 monthly donations for the next year.