Theater. Main themes: openness, meeting, identity
Plume is lively, talkative, playful. Taciturn, she speaks little but observes, listens. His passion is music. Their houses are nearby, but everything seems to separate Plume and Taciturne. It will take the night, its hostile noises, its ominous shadows for them to learn to discover each other, to tame their differences and to become friends. A founding piece of early childhood theater in Quebec, this poetic fable tackles openness to the other and to the world without complacency, drawing on a symbolic universe to which toddlers instinctively adhere.
Text Suzanne Lebeau Directed by Marie-Eve Huot Assistant director Marie-Claude D'Orazio Cast Emilie Dionne, Catherine Leblond Scenography Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle Lighting Dominique Gagnon Costumes Cynthia Saint-Gelais Sound environment Diane Labrosse Video design ATOMIC3, Lionel Arnould Make-up and hairstyles Sylvie Rolland Provost Technical direction Nicolas Fortin Production direction Dominique Gagnon Le Carrousel thanks Isabelle Chrétien, Nicolas Dubois, Nicolas Germain-Marchand, Fanny McCrae