Marcel Sabourin fonds. - 1953-1966. - 6 cm of textual record and graphic material.
Actor, director and theatre professor Marcel Sabourin has played an active role in Quebec theatre and film for 45 years. Born in Montreal, Quebec in 1935, he studied at the Collège Sainte-Marie, at the Théâtre du nouveau monde and in Paris. He was the co-founder in 1954 of the Compagnie de Montréal, performed at the Théâtre de l'Égrégore and directed at the Théâtre Club. He teaches improvisation at the National Theatre School. Recently, he has worked extensively in films, among others: J.-A. Martin photographe (1976), The Hitman (1991) and Lilies (1996).
The Marcel Sabourin fonds contains programs, advertisements, costume sketches, the script of Le Licou (1958?) by Jacques Ferron, and production notes for Le Licou and L'Ogre (1949?) by Jacques Ferron.
Immediate Source of Acquisition: acquired from Montreal Book Auctions in 1978. [1978-02]
Language: material in the fonds is in French.
Finding Aid: finding aid available.