UN. DEUX. TROIS. It’s Mani Soleymanlou surrounding himself with 40 artists hailing from all four corners of Canada. Indigenous, non-Indigenous and Métis, what do they have in common? They’re all French-speaking. In the history of Franco-Canadian theatre, never has such a project been orchestrated before. Artists and co-creators stage their personal experiences, their ideas, their aspirations and their frustrations in order to better question what constitutes us, divides us and unites us as Canadians. As an audience, we are invited to revisit our heritage, common and individual; to dream, to dare, to hope; to believe in the value of every human experience and to brazenly clear away the fertile ground that is identity.UN. DEUX. TROIS. risks it all: without speeches or signs, without rhetoric or empty phrases. A dialogue from Vancouver to Moncton, through Toronto, Sudbury, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Winnipeg, and Caraquet. From accent to accent. From coast to coast.