|Thursday,||March 4, 2021||9:30 a.m.|
|Friday,||March 5, 2021||9:30 a.m.|
|Saturday,||March 6, 2021||10 a.m.|
|Saturday,||March 6, 2021||3:30 p.m.|
1200 De Bleury Street
Montréal (Québec) H3B 3J3
Phone : 514-861-4036
Photos: Anne-Sophie Tougas
Cabane Théâtre (Montréal)
For very young audiences, 3 months to 3 years
Le Gesù Box Office
1 adult with 1 child: $30
Each additional child: $10
Each additional adult: $15
Taxes and ticket processing fee included
We are sorry to announce that Casteliers has had to cancel the festival’s indoor performance of this show, in keeping with Public Health measures. An interview with the artists in creative residency is available on this page, below.
Presented as part of the show Théâtre Prêt-à-porter
The busy bee has no time for sorrow.
– William Blake
Bees need a home. They live in forests, fields and on mountain tops. They joyfully build unique architectural structures that protect them from any danger.
Ruche (Hive in French) draws its inspiration from the book as a theatrical object.
RUNNING TIME: 15 minutes
TECHNIQUE: Image theatre
Cabane Théâtre explores and creates new artistic forms intended specifically for very young children. Since 2016, the company has been presenting works that evoke or are inspired by nature. The company loves the short piece format for its versatility and ingenuity, and its performances create atmospheres that foster contemplation, poetry and an awakening of the senses.
Original idea, design and performance: Anne-Sophie Tougas
Music: Marc-André Perron
Cabane Théâtre wishes to thank the Conseil des arts de Montréal for its support.