Fallen comedian Julien Lacroix will try to return to the stage before Christmas.
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In a question-and-answer formula that combines “humor and confession,” Julien Lacroix tries to pick up the pieces with his people and restore his reputation in a bar in Montreal’s Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district. He has been accused of misconduct and sexual misconduct over the past two years.
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“One of the things the last few years have taught me is that conversations in person rather than through social media are always more rewarding. I am performing this evening in front of an audience (of 30 people) in Montreal on December 21-22,” he indicated on the event page.
The comedian has not performed on stage since March 12, 2020. He said he was “nervous, but excited” to return to the stage.
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The exact location of the event, accessible at a cost of $15, will be notified to ticket holders 24 hours in advance.
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