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2005
   Presentation of The Crown of Destiny for Showcase 2005 at the Anneberg Centre in Philadelphia. United States.
 
2003
   Hänsel and Gretel was presented in 12 different cities in the United States, for 34 shows.

Also in La Baie Quebec for 3 shows celebrating the 25th annivesary of the Orchestre Symphonique du Saguenay Lac Saint-Jean .
 
2002
   Ravel "Bolero and The Child and the Enchantments" is performed at the International Theatre Festival in Caracas, Venezuela.
 
2001
   Ravel visits France, Canada, the United States, and China.

The Crown of Destiny tours in France.

Hänsel and Gretel is performed at Place-des-Arts for Christmas time.
 
2000
   Hänsel and Gretel is created in coproduction with the Metropolitain Orchestra of Montreal.

Ravel begins its European tour in Switzerland and France.

The Crown of Destiny is presented in Spanish at the Festival internacional Cervantino in Guanajuato, Mexico.
 
1999
   The world premiere of Ravel in collaboration with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra is presented before an audience of 4000 people in Montreal.
 
1998
   The Crown of Destiny is presented in its Japanese version in Tokyo and Osaka, before continuing on to France.

The Dream Catchers tours in Quebec and finishes the season in Taiwan.
 
1997
   The Crown of Destiny, after a tour in Canada, is presented in France and Switzerland.

The Hobbit performed in Vietnamese opened the Francophone Summit to Hanoi.

The Dream Catchers is invited to the official opening of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark.

The Lord of the Rings is sold out in Belfast and Dublin.
 
1996
   The Crown of Destiny is presented in Hebrew in Israel, then at the Festival mondial de la marionnette in Jonquière. It also has its U.S. premiere on Broadway.

The Hobbit is the special guest production at the Festival internacional de las Artes in San Jose, Costa Rica, and at the Philadelphia Children's Festival.
 
1995
   Théâtre Sans Fil premieres, in Edinburgh, The Crown of Destiny in coproduction with The Scottish International Children's Festival. It is then presented in Montreal at the Company's 25th anniversary gala.

The Lord of the Rings is invited to the Imagination Celebration Festival in Costa Mesa, California and then presented in Switzerland.

The Dream Catchers tours the United-States, Hong Kong and Mexico before undertaking a European tour, in France, Belgium, and Luxembourg, and finishing in Morocco.
 
1994
   The Dream Catchers tours Quebec and Florida.

The Hobbit undertakes a tour in Taiwan, the U.S. West Coast and Mexico. It also celebrates its 15th anniversary and the 1000 performances.

The Lord of the Rings is the guest production at the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro in Bogota, Colombia. It continues with a European tour in France, Switzerland and England
 
1993
   The Dream Catchers tours Canada and the United States. The show also enjoys a one-month run at the Maison Théâtre in Montreal.

Le Grand jeu de Nuit (The Night Fantastic) is remounted in Montreal for the summer time.
 
1992
   The sold out show The Night Fantastic, celebrating the 350th birthday of Montreal`s creation, is performed all summer long.

The company premieres The Dream Catchers. Its English version, has its U.S. premiere at La Guardia Theater, New York.

The Hobbit is invited to the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York.

The Lord of the Rings is invited to tour Singapore and Taipei, as well as the Galway Arts Festival in Eire.
 
1991
   Rabelais ou la vie carnavalesque de Pantagruel et Gargantua is presented at the Printemps des comédiens in Montpellier (France).
 
1989
   Rabelais... receives its world premiere at the Place-des-Arts in Montreal.
 
1986
   A series of performances of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings at Expo 86 in Vancouver is followed by an extensive tour in Canada and the United States.
 
1985
   The 500th performance ofThe Hobbit is given in Louisiana. It is also performed in Hong Kong and Singapore.

The 49 first shows of The Lord of the Rings at the Théâtre Denise-Pelletier are sold out.
 
1984
   Performances of The Hobbit are sold-out at the Olympic Arts Festival at the Los Angeles Olympic Games. This festival is considered as the most important cultural event ever organized in North America.

Théâtre Sans Fil represents Quebec and Canada at the World Puppet Festival in Dresden, Germany, and Zagreb, Croatia.
 
1980
   Théâtre Sans Fil is the special guest at the 43rd annual Festival of Puppeteers of America in Atlanta, Georgia, and at the World Puppet Festival in Washington D.C.
 
1979
   Théâtre Sans Fil creates its first productions such as The Indian Legends.

New Theatre creation The Hobbit tours in Quebec, and then in Canada.
 
1971
   The birth of the Théâtre Sans Fil at Montreal's University of Quebec
 
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