Friday,March 10, 20172:30 p.m.

Paul-Gerin-Lajoie d’Outremont Auditorium
475 Bloomfield Avenue
Outremont (Québec) H2V 3R9
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Les Chemins errants (Montreal)
lescheminserrants.com

All audiences, 3 years +

A: $ 22 E: $ 16 R: $ 20 G: $ 15 

A: adults (13 years +)| | E: children (12 and under) | R: discount* | G: groups (10 + people)
* Students, elders, AQM members or purchasers of three or more tickets.
Taxes and fees included.
Tickets at discount price purchased online or over the phone will be available at the venue before the show. Valid photo ID required.

“Can we knit a scarf from silence and keep it for those freezing cold days?
Is there such a thing as love that never fades?
If we follow our hearts, where do our bodies go?”

A scrap yard, a desperately lonely robot, a laboratory where sounds are created before our ears and a passing train like a silent void in our memory. A lively poetry of sound with shadows and puppets.

“This impeccable show, combining music and theatre, invites children into the very heart of a world of poetry and mechanics, filled with love. A must-see! — Julie Jacob, Réseau Accès Culture Montréal

 

RUNNING TIME: 35 minutes
TECHNIQUES: Shadow and Table top

 

VIDEO

PHOTOS

Photo: Michel Pinault

THE COMPANY

Founded in 2010 under the name Les Dragonneries, the company became les Chemins errants in 2015 through the initiative of Karine Gaulin and Édith Beauséjour. Les Chemins errants’ multidisciplinary approach focuses on the senses through imagery, puppetry, movement and live music. The company’s works reach out to both young children and the young at heart who come to the shows with them. Au train où vont les choses… is their third production.

 

CREDITS

Story: Karine Gaulin, based on Ramona Badescu’s series Pomelo
Stage Direction: Les Chemins errants, in collaboration with Hélène Ducharme
Scenography: Les Chemins errants and their loyal collaborators Patrice Daigneault, Antoine Lefebvre and Sirius Paradis
Puppets: Antoine Lefebvre and Karine Gaulin
Music: Édith Beauséjour
Lighting: Les Chemins errants, with the collaboration of Michel Pinault
Research, Shadow and Performance Advisor: Marcelle Hudon
Performance: Karine Gaulin and Édith Beauséjour