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Graduating at the Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe Theater School in performance, Catherine Lapalme is very passionate. Among his written works, we find Les ambigui-coeur-de-casse-mots-de-tête, a monologue based on the difficulty of coming into contact with others.
She also co-wrote, directed and performed in a short immersive and historic play called 1804 with Marc-André Trépanier and Sandrine Fagnant at île-Des-Moulins in old Terrebonne.
We also saw her this summer in the role of Ménestrel in the play La ballade by Robin des Bois presented by the 450 theater.
She presented, on November 7 at Espace la Risée, a monologue in which a religious sister tells us about her nocturnal epic, while she decides to offer herself a night of freedom, motivated by the deep boredom of her convent.
In particular, she will begin a position as coordinator in theatrical play teaching for primary school children from January 2020.