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100 % Montréal

Helgard Haug + Stefan Kaegi + Daniel Wetzel

100 citizens dive in feet first in an astonishing collective X-ray, incarnating onstage 100% of the Montreal demography. A vibrant, exhilarating exercise in self-portrayal!

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Helgard Haug + Stefan Kaegi + Daniel Wetzel (Berlin) Rimini Protokoll

A leading figure in documentary and participative theatre in Europe, the Rimini Protokoll collective was among the first to experiment with reality theatre without actors, with plays performed entirely by citizens recounting their own stories, or by spectators engaged in an interactive experience.

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“The Berlin-based trio Rimini Protokoll created a curious, fascinating and surprisingly moving piece of raw reality theatre that comforts and shocks in its revelations about our city’s wonderful people.”, 2012-05-04, about 100 % Melbourne

“The genius of 100 % Melbourne is how it forces the audience to answer the questions themselves. Would we be happy/brave/stupid enough to answer them in front of strangers, let alone in front of family and friends?”

aussietheatre, 2012-05-04, about 100 % Melbourne

“The show that turns dry census statistics into live performance theatre.”

The Guardian, 2012-06-29, about 100 % London

“If it’s in vogue right now, Rimini Protokoll has long been ahead of the curve. The Germany-based collective has been putting non-performers onstage for more than a decade (…) and has been credited with inventing a new form of documentary theatre.”, 2016-07-07



Il était une fois dans l’Est

Tuesday, May 2, 7 p.m., Cinémathèque québécoise.

Call Cutta

Thursday, May 4, 6:30 p.m. , Goethe-Institut Montréal.

La mémoire des anges

Wednesday, May 10, 7 p.m., Cinémathèque québécoise.

World Climate Change Conference

Thursday, May 18, 6:30 p.m., Goethe-Institut Montréal.