Wednesday,March 4, 20155:30 p.m.


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

Very short piece for an adult audience

With his legendary sharp wit, Loup bleu revisits a classic of Russian literature. He chronicles the passionate struggles and torments of a people at war; a war where winter is also an enemy to be fought. He shares his thoughts on love, on life away from the battlefields, and on History as seen through Leo Tolstoy’s eyes. This is a tale that questions the freedom of action of heroes and of great men, where luck plays a pivotal role. An irreverent adaptation by Louis-Dominique Lavigne, with a little help from Loup bleu.




Story: Louis-Dominique Lavigne, assisted by Loup bleu (based on Tolstoï)
Stage Direction: Antoine Laprise
Scenography and Lighting: Christian Fontaine
Puppets: Stéphanie Cloutier
Music and Sound Design: Martin Tétreault
Rehearsal Coach and Outside Eye: Lise Gionet
Performance: Antoine Laprise and Jacques Laroche
Techniques: Mouth and Horseback!
Duration: 2 minutes