Theatrography

The adventures of Baron Münchhausen (2017 -)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created September 27, 2017 at Telus-Desjardins Theater, Rimouski, in collaboration with Spect’Art Rimouski
  • On tour in Quebec since October 2017

Around the World in 80 Days (2015 -)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created April 28, 2015 at Théâtre du Nouveau Monde, Montreal, in collaboration with Théâtre du Nouveau Monde
  • On tour in Quebec
  • 46 performances and more than 30,000 spectators
  • Recipient of 3 Prix Gascon-Roux from the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde

Director of the Year – Hugo Bélanger
Decor of the year – Francis Farley-Lemieux
Lighting of the Year – Luc Prairie

Pinocchio (2012 -)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created on December 22, 2012 at La Place des Arts, Montréal.
  • On tour in Quebec, Canada and the USA since January 2013.
  • English version created on November 4, 2013 at Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville, USA.
  • More than 250 performances and more than 90 000 spectators.
  • OFFICIAL SELECTION INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS FOR YOUTH (IPAY) 2014
  • Winner of the Best Tour in Canada and the United States Award, by the Quebec Council of Arts and Letters (CALQ) 2016

MUNCHAUSEN, the machinery of the imagination (2011 -)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created on January 12, 2011 at Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, Montréal.
  • On tour in Québec since September 2012.
  • 35 performances and more than 22 000 spectators.
  • Recipient of 7 Prix du public by Théâtre Denise-Pelletier :
Staging of the year: Hugo Bélanger
Best costume design: Véronic Denis
Best set design: Francis Farley-Lemieux
Best sound design: Patrice d’Aragon
Best lighting design: Martin Gauthier
Best actor in a leading role: Félix Beaulieu-Duchesneau
Best actor in a supporting role: Éloi Cousineau

The Old Ladies (2009 -)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created on June 24, 2009 in Montréal.
  • First Tout à Trac’s street theatre show.
  • 110 performances and more than 9000 spectators.

Alice in Wonderland (2008 -)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created on February 10, 2008 at Théâtre Outremont, Montréal.
  • First Tout à Trac’s show for a young audience.
  • First canadian theatrical production performed in the Kingdom of Barhrain.
  • Show performed in french and in english, on tour in Québec, Canada, USA, Taïwan and Middle East.
  • More than 450 performances and more than 145 000 spectators.
  • Recipient of the Acadie-Rideau Prize 2008.
  • Nominated for the Prix de l’Association Québécoise des Critiques de Théâtre 2009-2010.
  • OFFICIAL SELECTION INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS FOR YOUTH (IPAY) 2012

Princess Turandot (2006 -)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created on March 15, 2006 at Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, Montréal.
  • Show revived in January 2010 at Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, Montréal.
  • 50 performances and more than 36 000 spectators.
  • Recipient of the Masque de l’adaptation : Hugo Bélanger, Soirée des Masques 2006.
  • 5 others nominations :
Newcomer of the year: Catherine Gohier
Best costume design: Véronic Denis
Special contribution spéciale (mask design): Marie-Pier Fortier
Best lighting design: Catherine Gohier
Best actor in a supporting role: Carl Poliquin
  • Recipient of 12 Prix du public by Théâtre Denise-Pelletier:
Show of the year (2006 and 2010)
Staging of the year (2006 and 2010): Hugo Bélanger
Best costume design (2006 and 2010): Véronic Denis
Best sound design (2006 and 2010): Patrice d’Aragon
Best actor in a supporting role (2006 and 2010): Éloi Cousineau et Carl Poliquin; Nico Gagnon
Best actress in a supporting role (2010): Marie-Ève Milot
Prix Coup de Cœur (2010): Éloi Cousineau et Carl Poliquin

Théâtre A.B.C. (2006)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Short play. Laboratory on cabaret theatre.
  • Public reading at Avignon Festival in 2007.

The Green Bird (2004-2009)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • Show created on April 23, 2004 in the Salle-Fred-Barry of Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, Montréal.
  • Several tours in Québec.
  • 127 performances and more than 46 000 spectators.
  • 2 nominations at Soirée des Masques 2005 :
Newcomer of the year: Hugo Bélanger
Best costume design: Véronic Denis
  • Recipient of 4 Prix du public by Théâtre Denise-Pelletier (2009):
Best scenography: Véronic Denis
Best sound design: Patrice d’Aragon
Best actor: Carl Poliquin
Best actress: Annick Beaulne

Mister Scrooge (2000)

  • Public laboratory on tales.

The Cough Potion (1999-2002)

  • Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger
  • First creation of the company.
  • Performed on tour in Québec and Belgium.
  • 55 performances and more than 15 000 spectators.
  • Franco-Ontarian creation in 2011 by Théâtre du Nouvel Ontario (TNO) in Sudbury.