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May 18, 2024 | 19 H

Théâtre Jean-Duceppe - Place des arts Book

In KÈSKONFE, Gaëlle Bien-Aimé melds humor with activism, lighting up Haiti’s cultural scene. With unmatched boldness, she tackles intimacy, sexism, and body shaming, weaving satire with deep reflection. This show, more than entertainment, poses the question: What do we do? Gaëlle turns laughter into a tool for change and contemplation, prompting collective introspection amidst societal absurdities.

Armed with self-deprecation, Gaëlle’s narratives resonate universally, probing our role in an evolving world. KÈSKONFE becomes an act of resilience, urging us to overcome biases and act. The performance, at the intersection of personal experience and social commentary, provides a unique lens on contemporary challenges while promising both laughter and thought.

KÈSKONFE celebrates our shared humanity, an invitation to laugh together at life’s absurdities while seeking to forge a better future. It’s a showcase of humor as a bridge to understanding and action, ensuring an unforgettable journey that amuses, reflects, and potentially catalyzes change.