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Can you hear the snow and the stories it tells us as it falls? Gently enter the snow-covered world of Elisapee, a little Inuit girl who will take you on her dogsled to the land of the northern lights. Let yourself be lulled by her beautiful language, Inuktitut, and discover a world where the gigantic and the tiny stand alongside. An intimate show wrapped in lights, sounds and emotions.
DURATION: 40 minutes
Hélène Ducharme is a playwright, director, actress and puppeteer. Playwright-in-residence at Théâtre Motus, she has written, co-written or co-adapted the company’s entire repertoire and directed most of its productions.
She creates bold and sensitive plays for youth audiences and explores, with each new production, her passion for puppetry, acting and shadow theatre. Her respect for children brought her to develop each of her plays in close collaboration with them. Thanks to her B.A. in Education, she is able to design and implement a variety of complementary activities related to each show.
In March 2011, Hélène was awarded the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec’s
Prix de la création artistique en Montérégie.
Written and Directed by: Hélène Ducharme
Assistant to the Director: Marie-Claude Labrecque
Performers: Hélène Ducharme and Carl Veilleux
Music and Sound Design: Stéphan Côté
Scenography: Normand Blais
Puppets: Claude Rodrigue
Shadows: Jean Cummings
Lighting and Stage Management: Michel St-Amand
Costumes: Diane Lavoie
Igloo Construction: ACMÉ Scenery Studio
Construction of the inukshuk: Atelier Sylvain Racine and Claude Rodrigue
Inuktitut Language Advisor: Mélodie Duplessis