Singulières is a must-see, without a doubt. - Radio Canada
Directed by one of Quebec’s fastest rising directors/auteurs, Alexandre Fecteau, SINGULIÈRES is an unexpected, hilarious, and moving encounter with five “single ladies” from Quebec. This brilliantly imagined live-documentary, explodes with theatrical vitality, and follows the women in their 30s and 40s over two years, each of them living the single life with joy and purpose, all the while defying society’s expectations and redefining their own concepts of happiness, identity, and love.
SINGULIÈRES runs live in the Guloien Theatre at Streetcar Crowsnest, June 2 to 10. Purchase tickets HERE.
SINGULIÈRES will also be screened digitally from June 11 to 26. To purchase tickets to the digital run, click HERE.
Award-winning documentary theatre-makers and collaborators, Maxime Beauregard-Martin is a playwright and performer, and Alexandre Fecteau is an RBC Rising Star Emerging Director Prize winner and Artistic Director of le collectif Nous sommes ici.
SINGULIÈRESeschews traditional female stereotypes of marriage, motherhood, and monogamy and redefines what it means to be a single woman today.