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Public Programs

Sunday-@-the Segal

You’ve come to expect great things from Sunday mornings at the Segal Theatre and we’re proud to bring it to you. We consistently strive to give you a real voice in what happens at our theatre, to transmit to you our passion for the stage and what inspires great theatre.

Together with CBC Radio, we look forward to bringing you another exciting season of intimate conversations and riveting lectures.

Robert Adams’s masterful lecture on Noël Coward; Singing sensation Ranee Lee on a life in jazz; An intimate conversation with The Montreal Board of Trade’s Isabelle Hudon and The Straford Festival’s Antoni Cimolino on culture being good business; Professor Frédéric Mégret on the persecution of homosexuals under Nazism; and the CBC’s Kelly Rice on Wolgang Amadeus Mozart.

This was the past year of Sunday-@-the Segal lectures. Once again, we thank you, our loyal audience, for helping make it into the jewel of our theatre’s crown.

The Diary of Anne Frank
October 14, 2007
An Enemy of the People
November 18, 2007
February 10, 2008
I, Claudia
March 16, 2008
The Odd Couple
May 4, 2008
The Wise Men of Chelm
June 15, 2008

All S@TS are held at 11 am. Admission is free and refreshments are served in the lobby following the event.

Monday Night Talkbacks presented by

There is nothing quite like the intimacy of the Segal Theatre. It's the coming together of audience and artist to share a unique experience that will never again be repeated. It's the drama, emotion, the here and now of live theatre.

And following every Monday night performance you get your chance to be with the people who join together with you in making first class, professional English language theatre happen in Montreal.

Participate in conversations about the shared experience, about what goes into creating a role, choosing a play, and practically anything else that comes to mind.

There's nothing quite like Monday Night Talkbacks at The Segal Theatre.


Most evenings, Bryna Wasserman and other members of the theatre are in the lobby to chat with members of the audience before and after each performance. This allows us to hear your reactions, insights, suggestions.