Feminist Theatre in Quebec

  • Le Théatre du Horla
    La vraie vie des masquées ou ça finit comme ça commence. Éditions du Remue-Ménage
  • Domnique Gagnon, Louise Laprade, Nicole Lecavalier and Pol Pelletier
    A ma mère, à ma mère, à ma mère, à ma voisine. Éditions du Remue-Ménage
  • Le Show des Femmes de Thetford Mines
    Si Cendrillon pouvait mourir!. Éditions du Remue-Ménage
  • Le Théatre des Cuisines
    Môman travaille pas, a trop d'ouvrage!. Éditions du Remue-Ménage
Reviewed by Jane Moss
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This review “Feminist Theatre in Quebec” originally appeared in South Asian Connections. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 132 (Spring 1992): 167-169.

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