École_secondaire_Étienne-Brûlé

École secondaire Étienne-Brûlé

École secondaire Étienne-Brûlé is a French first language high school located in North York, Ontario, Canada. It serves the French population of the GTA. It's also very well known for its French theatrical productions, where thousands of people come see them every year. It is very well known for its cultural diversity, where cultures from nearly all around the world are present and notorious for academic excellence. It is also famous for its good science courses and humanities.

Theater

Étienne-Brûlé has been credited for its numerous French plays and talent shows (Soirée Cabaret-Cabaret des Étoiles) across the province of Ontario, under directors Luc Bernier and lately Darrell Barrs who use the logo "Le Théâtre d'Étienne-Brûlé". In April 2008, the theater troupe did a presentation of "Jeune femme cherche homme désespérément", which had 3000 spectators in total throughout the week of presentation. The play was written by renowned Quebec writer Carole Tremblay. For 2008's Soirée Cabaret, the theme was La croisière s'amuse.

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