|Saturday,||December 9, 2023||10:30 a.m.|
|Saturday,||December 9, 2023||1:30 p.m.|
|Sunday,||December 10, 2023||10:30 a.m.|
|Sunday,||December 10, 2023||1:30 p.m.|
30 Saint-Just Avenue
Montréal (Québec) H2V 1X8
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A show specially tailored to children aged 4 and over with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
TREE, A World in Itself is a multi-sensory, fully interactive world of soft light, music and silence, where five characters continually adapt to the various sensory characteristics of their audience.
Set in an intimate, friendly atmosphere, the show is performed on a one-to-one basis to allow as much interaction as possible with young audience members who need personalized attention.
Tickets are free
Running time: approx. 1 hour (welcome to exit)
> Seating is limited.
(Maximum of 5 families per show)
> One adult per family must be present.
> The presence of a friend or sibling will be accepted.
> Deadline for booking your place: Friday, December 1, 2023.
> We will contact you to confirm your places and send you the social narrative by Monday, December 4, 2023.
This event is made possible with support from the Fonds québécois d’initiatives sociales.
A show specially tailored to children with ASD (4 years +)
Motus creates original theatre for young audiences and their families. Working with puppetry and live music, the company builds bridges to establish a constant dialogue between cultures. Resolutely open to the world, Motus has made a point of collaborating with artists from all over the world, through both national and international co-productions.
Original idea and stage direction: Hélène Ducharme
Assistant, stage direction: Danaëlle Ducharme-Massé
Assistant, artistic direction and puppets: Marie-Claude Labrecque
Music: Julie Labrecque and Hugo Monroy Najera
Scenography: Normand Blais
Costumes: Érica Schmitz
Lighting, technical direction and production management: Valérie Bourque
Creative team: Salim Hammad, Paola Huitrón, Julie Labrecque, Marie-Claude Labrecque, Hugo Monroy Najera, and Emmanuelle Calvé
Special consultants: Myriam Daigneault-Roy, with Philomène Addy-Laird and Eveline Payette
Mentor: Tim Webb
Motus would like to thank the Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto and the Théâtre de la Ville for (creative residencies), as well as the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF).