Friday,March 9, 201810:30 a.m.
Saturday,March 10, 201810:30 a.m.

petit Outremont
1248 Bernard Avenue West
Outremont (Québec) H2V 2V6
Phone: 514-495-9944, ext. #1
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Puzzle Théâtre (Montréal)
www.puzzletheatre.com

All audiences, 3 years +

A: $ 22 E: $ 16 R: $ 20 G: $ 13 

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A: Adults (13 years +) | R: Discount *| C : Children | G : Groups
* Discount price for members of the Association québécoise des marionnettistes (AQM—the Québec puppeteer association), students, seniors 65 +, or when purchasing three or more tickets for at least three different shows. Taxes and ticket processing fee included.

Without words

It’s late. Time to go to bed! But sleep is the last thing on our minds…

The bed is uncomfortable, the pillow has a mind of its own, the blanket is too short, our pyjamas have decided to go for a run and the comforter chooses tonight of all nights to learn how to fly!

When we don’t want to sleep, well, we’re just not going to!

Bonne Nuit! appeals to children’s imagination. It encourages their creativity by showing them that it is possible to communicate feelings and ideas with just a few simple objects and lots of imagination. Children are delighted to discover how everyday objects can become characters with hilarious personalities.

 

RUNNING TIME: 35 minutes
TECHNIQUES: Object Theatre and Hand Puppets

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PHOTOS

Puzzle Théâtre

THE COMPANY

Puzzle Théâtre was founded in Bulgaria and moved to Montréal in 2004. It has its own unique style that draws on many different theatre genres, including actor, object and puppet theatre. It built its reputation through its colourful combination of styles and the broad range of its means of expression. It allows the audience free reign to interpret the unspoken, to make their own associations between ideas and to feel what is not explicitly stated. Puzzle Théâtre has performed across Canada, in Europe and in Asia. Bonne Nuit! is their latest work.

CREDITS

Creation and Performance: Csaba Raduly
Stage Direction: Pavla Mano
Visual and Costume Design: Ivan Stavrev
Puppets: Csaba Raduly and Pavla Mano
Original Music and Poster: François Landry