(Picture on the left: From left to right: Cindy- Lou Scott, Francine Lussier, David Seguire, Allan Vaincourt and Jeremy Caron.)
The troupe de théâtre des Caméléons du Haut-Saint-Laurent put on the play at the Albert-Dumouchel Hall.
Featuring people with intellectual disabilities, it consisted of an assortment of colorful characters - a bride, an out of the ordinary groom and his parents, a photographer, the director of the Tour, an ostrich, a lion, a hunter, a general, a child, a server, mirages and more - which evolved in its bilingual narration.
The troupe offers, each year, a funny, touching and refreshing sight , which is characterized by the spontaneity of the players. Behind the scenes , there are several rehearsals, lots of hard work and countless adjustments, but the result is a pure delight for artists and the public.
"We are overwhelmed by a mixture of wonder and humility when looking at the Caméléons performing on stage with ease and pleasure," said a spectator after the show.
Each year, there are more people coming to witness the magic of the troupe, to the delight of the players and organizers who are very proud of the event.