Martin Drainville, Benoît Brière and Luc Guérin, who form the “new administration” of the play “Broue”, obtained a platinum ticket on Monday evening certifying the sale of 100,000 tickets since 2019, the year in which they took over the tavern at Willy in which Michel Côté, Marcel Gauthier and Marc Messier shone for four decades.
It was Claude Meunier who presented them with the plaque in front of a full house at the Étoile Banque Nationale in Brossard. Meunier wrote the play in the late 1970s with Jean-Pierre Plante, Francine Ruel and Louis Saia.
Martin Drainville, Benoît Brière and Luc Guérin were able to cross the milestone of 100,000 tickets sold despite a certain pandemic, which deprived spectators of the many colorful characters of "Broue", including Bob, Léo, Pointu, Tit, for two years. -Mil and Wart.
The tour was to continue until next December, but on the strength of the delivery of this platinum ticket, the three friends announced the continuation of their journey at least until the end of 2024.
More information on “Broue” is available online [broue.ca].