Productions Didier Morissonneau - Cont'd

Didier Morissonneau began his career as a radio and television host and by age 22 he was the youngest artist’s agent in Quebec, representing established stars and an entire generation of young talent from television and film in the early 90's. He became a producer in 1992 with the Quebec presentation of the Parisian play Le Petit Prince. Further success followed with cross-Canada tours by such notable American acts as The Platters, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Steppenwolf and The Mamas and the Papas. In 1994, Morissonneau opened an office in Paris on rue Francois 1er to strengthen his relations with key producers and agents in France. He crowned his career as an independent producer with tours by such immense French stars as Michel Sardou (1998) and Johnny Hallyday (2000). From there, he worked for Zone3 as a producer and member of the team responsible for programming the concert extravaganza organized for the 2001 Summit of the Americas that was televised worldwide. In 2002, Morissonneau moved to Cirque Eos to handle their international sales. He also negotiated their deal with ICM in Los Angeles (who represent Julia Roberts, George Clooney, The Beach Boys and Rod Stewart, to name a few), making Cirque Eos the first Quebec artist or performance group to be represented by one of the world's ‘Big Three' artists agencies (the others being William Morris and CAA).

In 2002, Didier moved to L'Equipe Spectra as an independent producer. Since then, Morissonneau has produced shows for Spectra in every major cities in Canada, from Halifax to Victoria and in many US cities with an independent promotions team in place for each market. In the autumn of 2006, Morissonneau premiered the original musical Joe Dassin in Quebec City and Montreal. The show grossed $5.6 million in its first run and toured all major American urban markets. In 2008, he also launched the wildly popular comedy show Bio degradable, a hit with critics and audiences alike and still actively touring today.

In 2009, Morissonneau bought the rights to Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt's Ma vie avec Mozart and presented it on stage at the MONTREAL HIGH LIGHTS Festival. In 2010, he enjoyed his biggest success ever with the musical Big Bazar. The show has been such a hit with Quebec audiences that its run was extended for 2 years. Also in 2010, Morissonneau began to manage the career of popular singer/songwriter Amelie Veille to great success both in Quebec and recently in France.

In 2013, Didier Morissonneau published his first book, Networking, an insider’s view on how best to use your social network to forward your career. Told with great humor and insight, he tackles the tricks and pitfalls of getting ahead in a game that he knows well.

Didier Morissonneau is currently co-producing the play Le Journal d’Anne Frank by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt along with Theatre du Nouveau Monde set to open in Montreal in 2015 and then tour throughout Quebec. He is also touring the legendary Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and their tribute to Frank Sinatra across the country as of autumn, 2014.

Mission: To promote international talent across Canada and Quebec talent around the world.


Productions Didier Morissonneau
400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West
9th floor
Montreal (Québec)
Canada H3A 1L4

Telephone: 514-419-4298