DEVELOPING ARTISTS GRANTS
Acting (French Theatre)
Théâtre Français de Toronto’s (TfT) Artistic Director since 1997, Guy is a multi-talented artist. At the helm of TfT, he is a performer whose comic talent is much appreciated by theatre and television lovers, and is also a director and playwright. Recently, he has been seen on the TFO series Francoeur and Météo +. On stage at TfT, Guy has played the parts of Josaphat-le-violon under his own direction in Michel Tremblay’s Bonbons assortis; Harpagon (The Miser) Monsieur Jourdain in Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme. Guy fulfills his dream of creating musical productions: C’était un p’tit Bonheur, which received Dora for Best Musical Production in 1998 and many more. Last year, he was seen in À toi, pour toujours, ta Marie-Lou, and in the fall, he played Henri in the Jean-Rock Gaudreault play Une Maison face au Nord, which returned to TfT after 110 triumphant performances across Canada.