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September 29, 2019 - October 5, 2019

Fragments d’Ana

Hosted by Montréal, arts interculturels (MAI)


3680 Rue Jeanne-Mance, Montreal, QC, Canada

September 29 at 3 PM
October 5 at 3 PM

Relaxed performance.

Fragments d’Ana is a celebration of life and memory. Falling somewhere between reality and fiction, the show subtly amd poetically explores the space of solitude, while appealing to our capacity for connection. We are plunged into the innermost thoughts of Ana, a character who struggles gently against forgetting. The microcosm of her house invites us into a reflection on the passage of time, love, and the inevitability of death. In keeping with her intercultural process, Ligia Borges – cofounder of the Théâtre de l’intime – presents a mise en scène that makes space for encounters with the public, and where languages and memories intertwine. 1 hour 45 minutes.

More information and tickets

Relaxed performance. Performed in French. Visual story available as a PDF. Wheelchair accessible venue. Entrance has double doors with automatic button. Gender-neutral washrooms with an accessible stall in each (non-automated). Wheelchair accessible seating can be booked when purchasing your ticket. Theatre, gallery and café are on the first floor. Elevator to second and fourth floors (for rehearsal spaces and MAI’s administrative office). Complimentary tickets for support persons. More accessibility information is available on the MAI website.