le Moulin présente un 2e concert en mars: Neworld Theatre - Inside/Out

Les Productions le Moulin présentent une production Neworld Theatre en collaboration avec Main Street Theatre et Urban Crawl  (www.neworldtheatre.com)    Inside/Out: A Prison Memoir avec Patrick Keating

le dimanche 18 mars à 19h30/Sunday, March 18 at 7:30

Théâtre Marc-Lescarbot (Université Sainte-Anne)


Billets/Tickets: Vous décidez le prix/Pay What You Will

*voir explication ci-dessous/See explanation below

Voici une description de la pièce telle que présentée par la compagnie./Here is a description of the play as described by the company:

“Inside/Out is written and performed by Patrick Keating, a kind, soft-spoken and sincere artist who spent years in and out of Canada’s penitentiary system. Keating’s honest and engaging delivery of his funny, sad and stirring story dismantles our ideas of what a criminal looks like, and helps us better understand how language, race and class play a real part in our lives as Canadians. Inside/Out is about a man’s search for community: the community of the street, the community of prison, and the community of theatre.”

Patrick has appeared on The X-Files, Da Vinci's Inquest, and other shows. 

La presse en parle/Media quotes:

"Darkly funny...a vivid and necessary reminder that people in prison are, first and foremost, human beings." -Georgia Straight

"Inside/Out succeeds as theatre beyond personality because it invites us to learn a great deal, in a short period, about a very different world. Keating - the artful dodger- has an unusual charm. Inside/Out makes for a strangely original evening. It's a carefully non-emotional show. With its restraint, there is dignity." -Vancouver Plays


"Patrick Keating has been quietly fueling this city's independent theatre scene with substance, rigor, and honesty....a brave and articulate work." Executive Director, PuSH International Performing Arts Festival


"This is compelling, embracing, troubling, and touching theatre as up close and personal as it gets." -Broken Leg Reviews

Soyez aviser que ce spectacle peut comporter du langage grossier ou injurieux ou d'autres sujets s'adressant à un public averti.

Please be advised this performance contains occasional use of strong language and mature themes or subject matter.

Pay What You Will – Here’s how it works:

– We recommend that you get a ticket to reserve your place at no charge. Tickets can be picked up at the usual locations: 

- Tickets will be available at Sunday evening's William Prince and Digging Roots show as well as at Ocean Blue Music (Yarmouth); Saulnierville Pharmacy; Weymouth Drugstore; La Shoppe Verte (Concession)    

or contact: pcm.comeau@ns.sympatico.ca; (902) 769-3288


– At the performance, we will provide an envelope and ask audience members to pay whatever amount they wish, cash or cheque (based on their own individual experience) following the performance.

You decide the price of your tickets! The objective of “Pay What You Will” is to increase access to our events and to encourage our patrons to take a chance on new and exciting performances.

A Conversation with Patrick Keating
Q & A session (20 minutes or so) for those who wish to meet the actor and ask him questions. 


Commanditaires/Sponsors: Gérard Pothier, avocat/lawyer; Comeau's Sea Foods Ltd.; Saulnierville Pharmacy Ltd.

Check us out on

Double Bill: William Prince and Digging Roots
Théâtre Marc-Lescarbot (Université Sainte-Anne)
Sunday, March 11 at 7:30

Past Shows

Paul-Emile Comeau
(902) 769-3288
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