Directed by Jean-Frédéric Messier
In 1990, Jean-Frédéric Messier founded Momentum, a theatrical company based in Montreal that has produced more than thirty pieces to this day. He has also written many plays for other companies in Quebec and directed several pieces in different theatres in Canada and abroad.
Since 2000, his work as a composer for the stage and the screen has become an important part of his activities. He produced many soundtracks for theatre and dance productions, as well as scores for documentaries, TV series and animation films. He wrote the music for Madame Tuttli-Puttli, an animation short by Clyde Henry Productions that was nominated for an Oscar award in 2008.
Many of his plays have been published and one of them, Au moment de sa disparition, was translated into English and into Serbian. His theatrical productions have won several prizes in Quebec. His most recent works have been for puppet theatre : Kanata - Une histoire renversée in 2010 and Corbeau (Raven) in 2012.
Jean-Frédéric recently wrote a book on site-specific theatre entitled L’Espace plein (L'instant scène 2019).