École Marie-Labrecque is a one-of-a-kind institution: The 60 girls who study at the school are all between the ages of 12 and 17, and they're all pregnant or new mothers. The school's mission is twofold: to give them an education and to prepare them for motherhood, so that after they give birth, they'll be able to take care of the totally dependent, fragile little creatures they've brought into the world. It's It's a huge challenge and they have only a few months to get ready.
Riliana, Éloïze, Méli, Viviane, Sassan and Charlotte are new students struggling with the same problems faced by many teens today: confrontations with authority, low self-esteem, family discord, anxiety and abandonment, to name a few. Diversity in all its forms (diversity of culture, of identity, etc.) will once again be a central theme of this compelling drama.
Fabienne Larouche and Michel Trudeau
Roy Dupuis, Hélène Bourgeois Leclerc, Naïla Victoria Louidort-Biassou, Tayna V. Lavoie, Evelyne Laferrière, Ambre Jabrane, Alison Carrier and Cassandra Latreille
Fall 2021 - Winter 2022Schedule:
Tuesday, 8 PM