Workshops for professional artists

Workshops and masterclasses

In Quebec and abroad, the Théâtre de la Pire Espèce regularly offers intensive courses in theater of objects, oriented to the manipulation, staging or writing specific to this particular theatrical genre. Contact us to organize a training session!

Our latest workshops

November 16 to December 7, 2019  
Object theatre workshop

Centre for arts and creativity, Banff,  C-B, Canada

March 25 to April 18, 2019  
Object theatre workshop

Le Cube, Montreal, Qc, Canada

February 26 to 28, 2019  
Object theatre workshop

Little Angel Theatre, London UK 

February 22 to 24, 2019 
Object theatre workshop
The course was organised in partnership with Mouffetard, Théâtre des Arts de la marionnette

Théâtre Aux Mains Nues, Paris, France 

January 29th – February 1st, 2018
Object theatre workshop
For professionals in the performing arts

Belltable:Connect Masterclass Series 2018
Limerick , Ireland
With this intensive 4-day workshop (20 hours), Francis Monty and Etienne Blanchette will invite the participants to learn about and to explore the different aspects of creating with objects : the various ways of manipulating them, the particular dramaturgy used for them. This workshop will be a hands-on approach, and participants will work on a short piece that will be presented on the last day of the workshop.

May, 6-13, 2017
Writtring for puppetry
Intended for professional authors

Masterclass of the Festival du Jamais Lu 2017
Théatre aux Écuries, Montréal, Canada

February, 13-16, 2017
Professional workshop on storytelling and theater of objects

Intended for professional storytellers

Labo 4 de la Maison du Conte
Chevilly-Larue, France

January, 29-31 janvier, 2017
Seed of a city: object theatre masterclass

Manipulate Festival 2017
in Danse Base, Edinburgh, UK.

January, 28, 2017
Workshop on object theater with the professional artists of Belltable

Lime Three Theatre
Limerick, Ireland

January, 23, 2017
Masterclass on puppettry writing


For more information, contact our cultural mediation activities coordinator: 
514 844-1811 ext. 455