Théâtre des Petites Lanternes explores old haunts in new ways

By Gordon Lambie
Théâtre des Petites Lanternes explores old haunts in new ways
(Photo : François Serveau)

The Théâtre des Petites Lanternes (TPL) held its Fête du Quartier de la Création this past Saturday, inviting the population to explore the part of downtown Sherbrooke that surrounds Wellington Street South. Organized as a part of the theatre’s “Quatre-Quarts” project, the event was the second of four festivals planned to take place this year celebrating the unique and defining qualities of four different downtown neighbourhoods. According to Kristelle Holliday, the Executive and Artistic Director of the theatre company, the Fête du Quartier de la Création was built around a whimsical kind of treasure hunt that called on participants to use their five senses to explore the streets and sector around Wellington in ways they might never have considered before. See full story in the Tuesday, Sept. 3 edition of The Record.

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