|Saturday,||March 7, 2020||8:30 p.m.|
|Sunday,||March 8, 2020||1 p.m.|
Théâtre Aux Écuries
7285 Chabot Street
Montréal (Québec) H2E 2K7
Photos: Vincent Beaume and Chungyousuk
Théâtre de l’Entrouvert (France)
Show for adults and teenagers, 12 years +
A: $36 E: $18 R: $28
A: adults (13 years +) | R: discount *| C: Children (12 and under) * 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.
Presented in collaboration with Théâtre Aux Écuries
Inspired by Oedipus on the Road by Henry Bauchau, this wonderful visual poem invites the audience to experience the inner metamorphosis of a mythical being, portrayed through the transformations of water. Oedipus appears in the form of an ice puppet that gradually turns into water, then into mist. His daughter, Antigone, watches as her father disappears.
The show will be presented in French.
RUNNING TIME: 50 minutes
TECHNIQUE: Long String Marionette Made of Ice
Théâtre de l’Entrouvert was founded in 2009 by Elise Vigneron, who has a background in art and circus performance, and was trained in puppet theatre in Charleville-Mézières.
Théâtre de l’Entrouvert is at the crossroads of these three disciplines, taking a contemporary approach to puppetry, while drawing inspiration from the past. Its artistic approach is to speak directly to the senses and the unconscious, and to immerse the audience in an intimate experience.
Story: Oedipus on The Road by Henry Bauchau
Directed by: Elise Vigneron
Scenography: Elise Vigneron and Hélène Barreau
Puppet: Hélène Barreau
Music: Pascal Charrier, Robin Fincker, Sylvain Darrifourq and Julien Tamisier
Lighting: Thibaut Boislève
Performed by: Elise Vigneron and Hélène Barreau
Publisher: Actes Sud
Dramaturgy: Benoît Vreux
Consultant: Uta Gebert
Movement Work: Eleonora Gimenez
Lighting Designer and Production Coordinator: Cyril Monteil
Construction: Messaoud Fehrat, Cyril Monteil and Benoît Fincker
Anywhere will be performed in Montréal and New York thanks to support from the Institut français and the French Consulate General in Québec City.