Montreal Theatre, Montreal Art, Theatre Production Company, Title 66, The History of the Devil, Clive Barker, Lucas Chartier-Dessert, Devil, Theatre Rouge, Théâtre Rouge

Embedded reveals the two central characters in stasis, seeming to have been in bed for an eternity; in worship of their own relationship, which they've built into a sort of monument; plotting each other's demise. Their words sting, their bodies tremble, their fears feed, their hopes devour. Embedded exposes Ludwig & Mae's relationship, in all its raw and truthful self-indulgence. 


Apocalypse is set in the surrealistic landscape of Ludwig's destructive mind, following the events of Embedded. Ludwig's subconscious is personified into three equally absurd, hilarious, and disturbing characters: The Pope, The Muse, and the Giacometti-Style Cow. Together, they analyze Ludwig's past and the failings of society, in a desperate attempt to either justify or revolt against Ludwig's ritualistic plan to commit suicide.


Resurrection is Mae's testimonial of her relationship with Ludwig. The final chapter in this story counterpoints Apocalypse's subversiveness with beautiful clarity. The events that unfolded with Ludwig have left Mae shattered. In Resurrection, she confronts her past selves in a simple yet painful gesture of reconciliation.

Embedded. Apocalypse.

Resurrection. 

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CAST 

EMBEDDED

LUDWIG | James Harrington

MAE | Arielle Palik

CHINESE FOOD DELIVERY GUY | Patrick Rogers

VICTOR  | Lily MacLean

 

APOCALYPSE

LUDWIG | Kyle Mcilhone

POPE | Jeremy Michael Segal

MUSE | Beata Groves

COW | Delphine DiTecco

FATHER'S VOICE | Lucas Chartier-Dessert

MAE'S VOICE | Arielle Palik

CHINESE FOOD DELIVERY GUY'S VOICE: Patrick Rogers

UNCANNILY NUBILE ANGELS | Sarah Marchand & Natasha Trepanier

LIPS | Gabriela Saltiel 



RESURRECTION

MAE | Delphine DiTecco, Beata Groves, Lily MacLean & Arielle Palik

Photos by Mustafa Unsal and Sarah Cotton.

WRITTEN BY | Louis Patrick Leroux

TRANSLATED BY | Shelley Tepperman & Ellen Warkentin

DIRECTED BY | Logan Williams
SET & COSTUMES DESIGN BY | Roze Bell
LIGHTING DESIGN BY | Alexander Smith
SOUND DESIGN BY | Dylan Gouze 
VIDEO DESIGN BY | Jeremy Michael Segal & Logan Williams

COSTUME ASSISTANT | Savvy Farokhfal 

SET ASSISTANT | Vlad Alexis

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT | Shannon McNally

 

The set is an inventive wonder, all white sheets, video screens and metallic objects hanging from the ceiling. As an art installation, it could stand on its own."
—Pat Donnelly, Montreal Gazette
"You simply must experience this play." 
—Bloody Underrated

L U D W I G  &  M A E

E M B E D D E D  |  A P O C A L Y P S E  |  R E S U R R E C T I O  N | T H R E E P L A Y S  B Y  L O U I S  P A T R I C K  L E R O U X​ | T R A N S L A T E D  B Y  S H E L L E Y  T E P P E R M A N  A N D  E L L E N  W A R K E N T I N | W O R L D  P R E M I E R E  A S  A  T R I L O G Y | M A R C H 2 8  -  A P R I L  7 ,  2 0 1 3 | L E S  A T E L I E R S  J E A N  B R I L L A N T 
Nominated for 3 META Awards
Best Supporting Actress
Best Set Design
Best Direction

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