|Sunday,||November 7, 2021||4 p.m.|
|Monday,||November 8, 2021||9:15 a.m.|
1248 Bernard Avenue West
Montréal (Québec) H2V 2V6
Phone: 514-495-9944, ext. #1
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Photo: Naz Afsahi
All audiences, 3 years +
Single admission price: $16
All audience performance Sunday, November 7, 2021
Daycare and school groups Monday, November 8, 2021
A Théâtre Outremont and Casteliers co-presentation
In a forest where rivers sing, trees giggle, and curious dragonflies come to visit, a grumpy Old Man lives in his little house. Every day is exactly the same and he likes it that way, until one day…a magical creature leaps into his life and everything changes! This story of newfound friendship is performed without words to an enchanting musical score, and with beautifully designed puppets.
Themes: Nature, old age, friendship
Running time: 30 minutes
Technique: Table top
Tickets for all audience performance on Sunday, November 7, 2021, CLICK HERE
Information and reservations for daycare and school groups on Monday, November 8, 2021, contact Claire Lhuillery: email@example.com
The WeeFestival of Arts and Culture for Early Years was established in 2014. It was initially a project of Theatre Direct Canada, a company with a proven track record that produces original works and presents theatre for young audiences. The festival showcases plays and performances from around the world and from Canada that have been created specifically for children ages 0-6 years.
The festival also invests in the production of new works by commissioning shows and providing seed money to increase the number of works for very young audiences created by Canadian artists. In 2019, under the leadership of Lynda Hill, the festival became an independent organization. The WeeFestival celebrated its fifth edition in May 2020.
Created by: Lynda Hill and Thomas Morgan Jones, inspired by the story by Thomas Morgan Jones
Concept, dramaturgy and stage direction: Lynda Hill
Original Production Design: Kelly Wolf
Puppets: Mike Peterson and Eric Wolfe
Original Music: Nicky Phillips
Lighting Design: Jennifer Lennon
Performance: Michelle Urbano, Derek Kwan, Alexandra Montagnese and Andrew Young
Stage management: Tamara Vuckovic
We will ensure that current Public Health guidelines for COVID-19 are followed.