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L’UniThéâtre is the only professional francophone theatre company in Alberta and as such we are dedicated to the development of the francophone community and to the promotion of the French language and French-language cultural expressions in Edmonton, Alberta and throughout Canada.

Theatre For Young Audiences Tour

Theatre For Young Audiences Tour


Touring in schools across Alberta

from April 23rd to May 18th, 2018.

  • A play for young audiences by Marie-Hélène Larose-Truchon
  • Directed by Marie Farsi
  • A production by Théâtre la Seizième from Vancouver and presented in Alberta by L'UniThéâtre


« Crème-Glacée » is a play for young audiences created by playwright Marie-Hélène Larose-Truchon. She has received a Special Commendation for a Gratien-Gélinas Award in 2013, and won the « Le théâtre jeune public et la relève » (Theatre for young audiences and its succession) Competition for one of her works.

Young Crème-Glacée’s meeting with Mrs La Vieille (the Old Lady) gives her a totally new perspective of her mother and teaches her a bit more about the world of adults.



about the play & Educational aspects

  • For students from kindergarten to grade 6 in French and French Immersion.
  • The play lasts approximately fifty minutes and can be followed by a Q&A period of 10 minutes.
  • To ensure a smooth presentation, we recommend that the number of students not exceed 250, unless the performance will take place in a theatre-style room dedicated to such presentations. However, the decision to exceed this number remains at the discretion of the school administration.
  • Following the purchase of a presentation, teachers are provided with a Teacher’s Guide filled with fun and educational activities that will help prepare students for the play and appreciate it fully.

Curriculum Ties: Health and Wellness: understanding and expressing feelings, respect and caring in order to establish and maintain healthy interactions, recognizing and accepting individual differences within groups, Social Studies: demonstrating sensitivity to the personal and emotional aspects of identity, respecting differences and fostering inclusiveness, Language Arts: look at how new ideas and information have changed previous understandings, connect situations portrayed to personal and classroom experiences, Drama: acquire knowledge of self and others that results from reflecting on dramatic play.

Only $900 per show, plus GST!
L’UniThéâtre offers a rebate for schools who wish to buy more than one presentation on a single day. A $300 deposit (non-refundable) is required upon signature of a contract.

Book now for a presentation of this TYA plaY in FRENCH!

To book an ENGLISH presentation of this play at your school, please contact Concrete Theatre: