Saturday,March 11, 20177 p.m.
Sunday,March 12, 20171:30 p.m.

Paul-Gerin-Lajoie d’Outremont Auditorium
475 Bloomfield Avenue
Outremont (Québec) H2V 3R9
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Quest Theatre (Calgary) In collaboration with Puente Theatre and The Old Trout Puppet Workshop

All audiences, 5 years +

A: $ 22 E: $ 16 R: $ 20 G: $ 15 

A: adults (13 years +)| | E: children (12 and under) | R: discount* | G: groups (10 + people)
* Students, elders, AQM members or purchasers of three or more tickets.
Taxes and fees included.
Tickets at discount price purchased online or over the phone will be available at the venue before the show. Valid photo ID required.

Le Parapluie (The Umbrella) is an uplifting story of the relationship between an umbrella and its owner. Through this exquisite tale of love, loyalty and devotion, we learn that while someone might be struggling, flawed, or even broken, they still have value and deserve to be loved. During a storm, our heroes suffer damage—but love prevails!

The show is based on the book written and illustrated by Judd Palmer, shortlisted for Canada’s Governor General’s Award for Children’s Literature in 2012.


RUNNING TIME: 40 minutes




Photo: Judd Palmer


Founded in Calgary in 1984, Quest Theatre produces theatre for young audiences. The company presents its works in schools throughout Alberta, in rural communities and in urban centres. Quest also produces national touring shows, organizes an annual summer camp and offers a number of artist in school residencies. Over the past 30 years, Quest Theatre has created and toured more than one hundred shows, reaching over a million children.



Story, Scenography and Puppets: Judd Palmer and Mercedes Bátiz-Benét
Stage Direction: Nikki Loach, Judd Palmer et Mercedes Bátiz-Benét
Music: Julia Knight (composer), Bučan Bučan (musicians)
Lighting: Cimmeron Meyer
Technical Direction: Jennica Grienke
Performance: Anne Lalancette and Troy O’Donnell