Серж Ламот


Born in Quebec in 1963, Serge Lamothe, a holder of a master degree in literature, is a novelist, poet and dramatist. He works for opera, theater and circus as a close associate of François Girard. For Cirque du Soleil: Zed (Tokyo, 2008) and Zarkana (Radio City, 2011). For the Opera of Lyon, France: The Seven Deadly Sins and Lindbergh’s flight (Weil & Brecht, 2006), Emilie (Kaija Saariaho, 2010). For the Metropolitan Opéra (NYC): Parsifal (Wagner, 2013-2018), The Flying Dutchman (Wagner, 2020). His theatrical adaptations include: The Trial (by Franz Kafka, Théâtre du Nouveau Monde, Montreal, 2004), Hunting gun (by Yasushi Inoue, Usine C, Montreal, 2010 and Parco Theater, Tokyo, 2011, and The temple of the golden pavilion (by Yukio Mishima, directed by Amon Miyamoto, Kanagawa Arts Theater, Japan, (2011-2012-2014). His independent literary works include the novels Oshima (2019), Mektoub (2016), Les enfants lumière (2012), The Baldwins (2006), and many others.