Date(s)

Sunday,April 7, 20249:30 a.m.
Sunday,April 7, 202411 a.m.

Venue(s)

Maison internationale des arts de la marionnette
30 Saint-Just Avenue
Montréal (Québec) H2V 1X8

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Tickets

Single admission price: $18

TICKETS FOR APRIL 7 – 9:30 a.m.TICKETS FOR APRIL 7 – 11 a.m.

 

Performed in French

This intimate show tells the story of a special moment between two friends of different ages. It focuses on the importance of imagination, intergenerational relationships and the reciprocal legacy between a child, Renard Doux, and her Mamou. Filled with creativity, the show engages the audience and touches the heart.


Running time:
 40 minutes

Technique: Paper object theatre

 

 

Presented in collaboration with the Outremont borough.

 

 


 

Also available for school groups

MONDAY, APRIL 8 @ 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.

 

 


 

 

Show for all audiences, 4 years +

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Company

For over twenty years, Sylvie Gosselin has been combining her two artistic sensibilities—theatre and visual art. An actress and visual artist, she created La couturière with Jasmine Dubé in 2004, Contes Arbour in 2013, Histoires d’ailes et d’échelles in 2018, and Renard Doux in 2023.

Her strong attachment to theatre is always reflected in her visual artwork. Each of her creations is a world in itself, a miniature theatre where she enjoys playing with characters, words, shapes, colours, and light. Her shows, for audiences aged 4 to 104, focus on themes of memory, transmission, and the power of imagination. Using set designs that feature paintings, drawings, and combinations of recycled objects, she tells stories that reach out and tug at the audience’s heartstrings.

Credits

Stage direction: Sylvie Gosselin, with Luc Prairie
Story, scenography, puppets, and performance: Sylvie Gosselin
Lighting: Luc Prairie
Project collaborators: Martin Bellemare, Nathalie Derome, Martin Faucher, and Hélène Mercier

 

Sylvie Gosselin would like to thank Louise Lapointe, Casteliers, and the MIAM for providing her with a creative residency.

The artist received financial support from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.