Thursday,March 9, 20174 p.m.
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Friday,March 10, 201710:30 a.m.

petit Outremont
1248 Bernard Avenue West
Outremont (Québec) H2V 2V6
Phone: 514-495-9944, ext. #1
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Théâtre de l’Œil (Montreal)
theatredeloeil.qc.ca

All audiences, 4 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.

A Grand Lady invites us to join the game of creation… Is she a magician, a goddess, or both? From darkness and emptiness, she conjures up a colourful world inhabited by creatures that must learn to live together: a fragrant rose bush and a stinky skunk; a solitary bear and a lovelorn squirrel; birds and fish that argue over the blueness of the sky and the sea… Likeable creatures trying to find their place in the sun.

Intended for very young children, Un Autre Monde addresses the universal theme of tolerance. A poetic fable that invites you to reflect upon and accept differences…

Un Autre Monde is a true gem of Québec’s repertoire. The show received the AQCT (Association québécoise des critiques de théâtre) Best Production for a Young Audience Award in 1990.

 

RUNNING TIME: 45 minutes
TECHNIQUES: Hand Puppets, Rod Puppets and Objects

 

VIDEO

PHOTOS

Photo: Léon Gniwech

THE COMPANY

Founded in 1973 by Francine Saint-Aubin and current artistic director André Laliberté, Théâtre de l’Œil has created twenty-six original productions. As a touring company, Théâtre de l’Œil has always performed its shows across Québec and Canada, as well as abroad. Thanks to the hard work and creativity of 350 artists and craftspeople, the company has reached more than 1,3 million spectators during its 5,000 or so performances given on four continents.

 

CREDITS

Story: Réjane Charpentier
Stage Direction: André Laliberté
Set and Puppet Design: Richard Lacroix
Music: Silvy Grenier
Violin: Kristin Molnãr
Lighting: Gilles Perron
Performance: Nicolas Germain-Marchand and Estelle Richard