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L’Ubus Théâtre (Québec)

www.ubus-theatre.com/

Show for all audiences, 7 years +

A: $22 E: $16 R: $20 

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.

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A veritable ode to compassion, this is the tale of a pianist for whom music has suddenly gone silent. The story, true to Agnès Zacharie’s tenderness and quiet strength, unfolds before us like a film musical or a visual symphony filled with puppets, shadows and emotions.

In French

RUNNING TIME: 55 minutes
TECHNIQUE: Table Top, Miniatures, Shadows and Animated Films

 

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Company

Ubus Théâtre artistic mission has always been to “bring theatre to people of all walks of life” by presenting puppet shows to audiences of all ages. The company’s ingenuity lies in its mode of transmission: a yellow school bus that the founder’s father left to his children when he died. The Ubus Théâtre school bus has travelled across Québec, France and Brazil.

Credits

Story: Agnès Zacharie
Stage Direction: Amélie Bergeron and Agnès Zacharie
Scenography: Hugues Bernatchez
Puppets: Pierre Robitaille, assisted by Sonia Pagé and Vano Hotton
Music: Philippe Bachman and Pascal Robitaille
Lighting: Henri-Louis Chalem
Artistic Coaching: Josée Campanale and Gérard Bibeau
Performance: Agnès Zacharie and Éric Leblanc
Voice: Béatrice Zacharie