Sunday,March 8, 20203 p.m.

Théâtre Outremont
1248 Bernard Avenue West
Montréal (Québec) H2V 2V6
Phone: 514-495-9944, ext. #1
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A Théâtre Incliné and Théâtre de la Petite Marée Coproduction (Laval and Bonaventure)

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All audiences, 8 years +

A: $25 E: $16 R: $20 

A: adults (13 years +) | R: discount *| C: Children * 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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FESTIVAL DE CASTELIERS CLOSING SHOW

LoveStar, a scientist fascinated by birds, dreams of saving the world but her ideas are being perverted by her greedy assistant Ragnar. In this extraordinary dystopia, two young lovers fight against the absurdity of a system which has lost its grip on human values. LoveStar raises important issues around the ever-growing presence of technology in our lives and does so with humour and a futuristic esthetic that youth can relate to.

Visual Theatre Without Words

RUNNING TIME: 55 minutes
TECHNIQUE: Mixed

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Company

A visual theatre company, Théâtre Incliné’s artistic creations, driven by poetic images, present a fragmented space where matter, body, light, sound and music are the constituents of a vast canvas. Each new project is rooted in a specific territory that has inspired the inquiring minds of the company’s founders, José Babin and Alain Lavallée. Théâtre Incliné works in collaboration with artists from other cultures, through coproductions with companies from France, Italy, Japan, Norway and the Gaspé (Québec).

Théâtre de la Petite Marée’s mandate is to create, produce and present, both in the town of Bonaventure and on tour, profound and playful pieces that speak to all types of audiences. The company explores theatrical formats from buffoonery to puppetry, and draws upon its many inspirations to tell stories that dazzle, startle and move audiences.

 

Credits

Coproduction: Théâtre Incliné and Théâtre de la Petite Marée
Story: Inspired by Andri Snær Magnason’s novel
Adaptation for the Stage: Jacques Laroche
Stage Direction: José Babin
Video Images, Set and Technical Direction: Alain Lavallée
Puppets and Props: Magali Chouinard
Music: Guido Del Fabbro
Costume Design: Linda Brunelle
Lighting: Cyril Bussy
Assistant to the Stage Director: Lucile Prosper
Singing Voice: Flora Fellinger
Talking Voice: Raphaëlle Dubé
Performers: José Babin and Bryan Morneau
Stage Management: Élise Neil, Emlyn Van Bruinswaardt or Alain Lavallée
Scenic Writing Research: José Babin and Alain Lavallée
Production of the Table Display: Guy Fortin
Puppet Building Assistant: Sophie Deslauriers
Seamstress: Anne Rémillard
Headgear: Lyne Beaulieu

Théâtre Incliné wishes to thank Andri Snaer Magnason for his invaluable collaboration, as well as the ROCAL, the Maison des arts de Laval, and ell their creative partners.