Jade et Chloé Barshee – Théâtre Everest (Montréal)

March 20 – 24, 2018

Born to a Tibetan father and a Québécois mother, Chloé and Jade Barshee have created a touching autobiographical work in search of their own cultural heritage. Combining anecdotes, poetic monologues, and video archives, Bâtardes delves into a theatrical universe where reality and the imaginary are blurred.

Théâtre Everest is a theatre company, but above all a family project for the Barshee sisters: Chloé, Fanny and Jade. Their theatre practice draws on the social context of today: a contemporary Québec where different cultural realities intermingle and coexist.


Performances : 20 – 24 mars

25 $ Tarif régulier
17 $ – Groupe (10 +)


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