Stéphanie Morin-Robert at le French Fest
She gets rave reviews for her remarkable stage presence, her comic charisma and her life story of resilience as a young survivor of retinal cancer, in which her infamous glass eye plays a big role. Over the past ten years, she has conquered international audiences in English, but as a Franco-Ontarian who hails from Timmins, she now performs in her mother tongue. With nothing more than a suspended light fixture, a camera and a screen, she pulls off Angle mort (a.k.a. Blindside), an innovative, hilarious and heartwarming production combining monologue, modern dance and live video images.