les Productions le Moulin présentent Blindside  


les Productions le Moulin présentent Blindside (www.stephaniemorinrobert.com)


le mercredi 7 novembre/Wednesday, November 7  (7:30 - 8:45)

Marc-Lescarbot (Université Sainte-Anne)

25$ à l’avance/in advance; 30$ à la porte/at the door; 10$ étudiants/students

en vente/on sale: Saulnierville Pharmacy; Weymouth Drug Store; Ocean Blue Music (Yarmouth); La Shoppe Verte (Concession)  

Contact: pcm.comeau@ns.sympatico.ca    (902) 769-3288

La vitrine de Blindside à Contact East (2017) fut le coup de coeur d’un grand nombre de diffuseurs. Stéphanie Morin-Robert, une Franco-Ontarienne qui réside présentement à Vancouver, était l’artiste qu’ils voulaient tous présenter dans leur communauté. Le temps est arrivé. Certains diffuseurs vont présenter le spectacle à des groupes d’étudiants en matinée et au grand public en soirée. Ici, dans Clare, Stéphanie donnera un atelier en français pour les étudiants de l’École secondaire de Clare le jeudi  6 novembre et son spectacle Blindside pour le public le mercredi 7 novembre. Ce spectacle est fortement recommandé pour tous les gens âgés de 10 ans et plus.

The Blindside showcase at Contact East (2017) was the hit of the conference. Stéphanie Morin-Robert’s one-woman show was the one that all of the presenters wanted to bring to their community. A number of them will be offering several daytime shows for students and evening performances for the public at large. Here in Clare Stephanie will be giving a workshop (in French) to students from l’École secondaire de Clare on Tuesday Nov. 6 and her concert, Blindside (in English) will be presented on Wednesday, Nov. 7. This is a family-friendly show and highly recommended for anyone from ten years old and up.

Blindside is an award-winning and highly acclaimed  solo dance-storytelling-multimedia show and a personal account of growing up with cancer and a glass eye. Stéphanie's promotional pamphlet refers to it as "an eye-popping comedy of resilience, empathy, and self-acceptance! In a feat of riveting comedy, one-eyed storytelling champion and cancer survivor Stephanie Morin-Robert recounts her life as a feisty 7 year-old who wields her glass eye as a superpower."


Most Outstanding Production: London Fringe Festival

Outstanding Original Work: Ottawa Fringe Festival

Best of Fest: Ottawa Fringe Festival

Sold-Out Run: Winnipeg Fringe Festival

Sold-Out Run: Edmonton Fringe Festival


"Expert physical comedy and impeccable timing." -CBC

"Heartwarming reminder of the power of embracing what makes us unique." -Vue Weekly

"Funny, vulnerable, and sweet. Phenomenal and not to be missed" -Inside Ottawa

"A triumph of storytelling. Go. Go. Go." -CM Montreal

"We laughed until we cried and then we cried until we laughed." -Montreal Times

"Everyone must see this show." -CTV

"A warm, poignant and very funny story." -London Free Press

"Morin-Robert’s greatest strength is that she makes you, the audience member, fall in love with her. She tells the story in an intoxicating way - bringing the audience to a crescendo of laughter, only to knock the wind out of your emotional sails and have you on the verge of tears." -Theatre in London


Un grand merci à nos commanditaires/A big thank you to our sponsors: Clare Mutual Insurance Company, Heritage Canada, Arts N.S. & the Atlantic Presenters Association