Among the scrap cars that have taken over his childhood drive-in, Pierre-Yves settles accounts with the ghost of his old cowboy father. The weather begins to take on a frosty chill … until an angel crashes into the lamppost next to the ramshackle movie screen.
A poetic two-step between an actor, a mannequin, and his double, surrounded by shadows and video images. An original story by Daniel Danis, placed upon images by Alain Lavallée and José Babin, Théâtre Incliné’s pioneering researchers. The company proposes poetic works with bold and striking imagery.
A Théâtre Incliné, World Festival of Puppet Theatres in Charleville-Mézières (France), and Casteliers co-production.
Story: Daniel Danis
Scenic Writing and Stage Direction: José Babin and Alain Lavallée
Performers: Denys Lefebvre and Alain Lavallée
Artistic Collaboration: Fabrizio Montecchi
Music: Guido Del Fabbro
Shadows: Alain Lavallée
Video Images: Martin Laroche
Set: Loic Lacroix Hoy
Mannequin: Guy Fortin
Costumes and Accessories: Valérie Gagnon Hamel
Lighting Design and Management: Andréanne Deschênes
Sound Managment and Video Manipulation: Samuel Thériault
Voice over: Paul Dion, Denys Lefebvre and José Babin
Singing voice: Safia Nolin
Home movies: Thanks to Xavier Milot, Gabryel Content-Tardif, and Brigitte Chartier
Techniques: Mannequin, Shadows, and Projections
Duration: 65 minutes