Forty dark gray mannequins attached to a black aluminum structure created the backdrop for the Montreal production of L’amour, la mort et le prêt-à-porter, the French version of Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore (based on the eponymous book by Ilene Beckerman). This 90-minute play features women chatting about their relationships and what they wear. Eighty-one year-old Denise Filiatrault, a well-known figure in Canadian theatre, directed this ...

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