Photo Credit : Emmanuel Burriel


Les 7 Doigts

Hydro-Québec Auditorium

Departure vs. transit vs. arrival. Chance vs. choice vs. destiny. Stillness vs. acceleration. Reflection vs. transparency. Familiar vs. foreign. Private vs. public. Confinement vs. border-crossing. Bright headlights vs. tunnel-darkness. Past vs. future…

Our fascination with trains is both a nostalgic one—dreams of another era, another land—and a symbolic one—life happens along this track of sorts, twisting and turning through valleys and plains. We speed through lands all the while staring out the window at the reflection of our very own eyes superimposed upon the shifting landscape. Tearful goodbyes, anticipated reunions. Fateful encounters inside the cabin. A community of strangers with one thing in common: we all have somewhere to go. Our reasons for leaving may differ, but we are joined in a moment of suspended limbo between two lives, as we say goodbye to one and prepare for another.

In French

Oct 18 to 20, 2019 — 90 minutes without intermission $39 — $55


Photo Credit : Alexandre Galliez
Photo Credit : Alexandre Galliez
Photo Credit : Alexandre Galliez
Photo Credit : Cimon Parent
Photo Credit : Alexandre Galliez
Photo Credit : Alexandre Galliez

What People Are Saying...

Passagers marries imagery, music and acrobatic performances in an evocative and inspiring whirlwind.

Isabelle Paré, Le Devoir

Passagers is a multidisciplinary, multisensory show.

Sophie Jama, Huffington Post

With poetry and nostalgia, it’s human beings, in all their diversity, their contradictions and their excesses, that remain at the heart of this show.

Samuel Pradier, Journal de Montréal


Sereno Aguilar Izzo
Louis Joyal
Maude Parent
Samuel Renaud
Sabine van Rensburg
Brin Schoellkopf
Conor Wild
Freyja Wild


Original Idea Shana Carroll
Artistic Design and Direction Les 7 Doigts de la main
Direction and Choreography Shana Carroll Assisted by Isabelle Chassé
Co-Producer TOHU (Montreal, Canada)​ Arts Emerson (Boston, USA) 

Commissioning Partners Moscow Musical Theatre (Moscow, Russia)

Scenography Ana Cappelluto
Musical Director Colin Gagné
Video Designer Johnny Ranger
Lighting Designer Éric Champoux
Costume Designer Camille Thibault-Bédard
Head Coach Francisco Cruz
Project Manager Sabrina Gilbert
Technical Director Simon Lachance
Stage Manager Charlotte Legault
Assistant to the Technical Director Marie-Hélène Grisé

Public Sponsors of the Programming