Wednesday,March 4, 20157:30 p.m.
Thursday,March 5, 20158:30 p.m.
Friday,March 6, 20157 p.m.


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

A musical cabaret for actors, dolls, and objects Adult audience, 15 years +

A cabaret singer, haunted by her unspeakable memories, tells the story of three sisters. Forced to hide in a tiny and cold room as they wait for their mother to return, the sisters do their best to preserve a shadow of the life they once knew. As reality falls apart around them, their bodies mingle with pieces of broken dolls. Humour and tragedy are woven together and offer a glimpse of the horror without revealing it completely. A remarkable work that has been acclaimed around the world.

Yael Rasooly is an actor, singer, and puppeteer, and one of the most influential figures in contemporary puppetry. Her productions have toured in over 20 countries worldwide. Yaara Goldring is a director, actor, and puppeteer, specializing in object theatre and street performance.

This show will also tour off-festival in Saguenay, Montréal, and Calgary, thanks to the support of the Consulate General of Israel and Mifal Hapais.





Story and Stage Direction: Yaël Rasooly and Yaara Goldring
Co-Creators: Edna Blilious and Rinat Sterenberg
Assistant Director: Michal Vaknin
Stage and Costume Design: Maureen Freedman
Puppets and Objects: Maayan Resnick and Noa Abend
Composer and Lyricist: Nadav Wiesel
Sound Design: Binya Reches
Lighting Design: Asi Gotesman
Artistic Advisor: Yael Inbar
Performers: Maya Kinder, Gili Beit Hallahmi, and Yaël Rasooly
Techniques: Objects, Dolls, and Masks
Duration: 60 minutes