Sunday,March 1, 20152 p.m.

Grande Bibliothèque
475, boulevard De Maisonneuve Est
Montréal (Québec) H2L 5C4


Parallel activity : Marionnettes en liberté!

Tenon Mortaise (Montréal)

Short piece for all audiences presented during the Puppets at Large! event

Two old friends go to the park everyday to feed the birds. But one day, they disappear, and all that remains behind is a bag of crumbs… Are they birds of prey, or are they victims?

Tenon Mortaise was founded 1996. Its multidisciplinary approach focuses on body language and is at the crossroads of various genres, where image and gesture are as important as words.




Original Idea: Diane Loiselle, Denys Lefebvre, and Véronique Poirier
Story and Stage Direction: Denys Lefebvre
Puppets, Wardrobe, and Performance: Diane Loiselle and Denys Lefebvre
Techniques: Hand, Shadow, Physical Theatre, and Clowning
Duration: 20 minutes