Évelyne de la Chenelière

Évelyne de la Chenelière (born 1975) is a Canadian writer and actress. She is best known for her plays Désordre public, which won the Governor General's Award for French-language drama in 2006, and Bashir Lazhar, which was the screenplay basis for the 2011 film Monsieur Lazhar.[1]

She studied at Villa Maria College (class of 1992) and Jean-de-Brébeuf College. She then began studies in modern literature at the Sorbonne and theater at the École Michel-Granvale in Paris .

As an actress, de la Chenelière had supporting roles in Monsieur Lazhar, Days of Darkness (L'Âge des ténèbres), Another House (L'autre maison) and Café de Flore, as well as working extensively on stage.[1]

She published her first novel, La concordance des temps, in 2011.

Her father is the publisher and philanthropist Michel de la Chenelière. She lives in Montreal.

WorksEdit

PlaysEdit

  • 1997: Personnages secondaires
  • 1999: Au bout du fil
  • 1999: Des fraises en janvier
  • 2000: Culpa
  • 2000: Toka
  • 2000: Élucubrations couturières
  • 2001: Les journaux de ma grand-mère (dans Yanardagh)
  • 2002: Bashir Lazhar
  • 2002: Henri & Margaux
  • 2004: Aphrodite en 04
  • 2004: Nicht retour, mademoiselle
  • 2005: Chinoiseries
  • 2005: L'héritage de Darwin
  • 2006: Désordre public
  • 2006: L'Éblouissement du chevreuil
  • 2009: L'imposture

NovelsEdit

  • 2011: La concordance des temps

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