Théâtre d'Aujourd'hui


The Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui is exclusively dedicated to mounting dramatic productions by Quebec playwrights, playing a leading role in the development of dramatic arts in Quebec.

In the autumn of 1991 the theatre left his small local on Papineau Street to move to its present quarters on St-Denis Street in Montreal where it can continue to grow and shine in Quebec cultural scenery.

Outstanding features

  • Renovation

    • The rehearsal room’s lack of availabilities becoming increasingly problematic.
    • TDA aimed Scéno Plus, to explore the possibility of adding a rehearsal room on the roof of the existing building, replace the movable seating, redo the stage floor and modernize the stage equipment.
  • Versatile

    • This versatile showroom combines the flexibility of a multi‑configurable room with the theatrical machinery of an italian‑style space.
    • The “Trampoline Net”, a suspended grid made of steel cables, gives technicians more flexibility in terms of installations and covers the entire surface with lighting and sound equipment.
  • Layout

    • The tiers are completely mobile and removable.
    • The stage can be mechanically enlarged with an elevator lifting the front section.
    • Acoustic panels revolve to absorb or reflect sound as needed.
  • Jean-Claude Germain space

    • With a 75 seats capacity, the Jean-Claude Germain performance space is a flexible venue with a great intimacy for creators and emerging artists.