COVID-19 - SHOW CANCELLATION
Following the measures taken by the Government of Quebec prohibiting the holding of indoor events for more than 250 people, we have to cancel the show. The ticket office will contact ticket holders as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding, we share your sadness for this news and we hope to see you soon at La TOHU!
The 7th edition of this delicious brunch-show for the whole family! Start your day with a tasty breakfast ($) and head in to see one of our free shows: L'hôpital des poupées and Un orteil dans le vide
As little children, we all had a favourite toy. For Dominique, it’s Rose, her beloved doll she drags around, who’s actually much more than a simple toy. Rose is Dominique’s friend and confidant – the one she has fun with, and tries to make sense of the world that surrounds her. Freely inspired by the philosophical children’s novel The Doll Hospital by Ann Margaret Sharp, this Nuages en pantalon play addresses the daily life of an endearing child who slowly learns to say goodbye to the universe of fairy tales and venture into the real world.
Please note that the representation on April 3rd is reserved for school groups while the one on April 4th is for all.
THE FREE ACTIVITIES ARE MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE CITY OF MONTREAL.
Nuages en pantalon - creation company
Author of the original work: Ann Margaret Sharp
Adaptation of the screenplay: Claudia Gendreau, Isabelle Hubert and Jean-Philippe Joubert
Text: Isabelle Hubert
Directed by Jean-Philippe Joubert
Casting: Mélissa Merlo, Nicolas Drolet and Sonia Montminy Virginie Leclerc or Marie McNicoll
Design of the space, costumes and accessories: Claudia Gendreau
Sound design: Nicolas Jobin
Lighting design: Jean-Philippe Joubert
Coordination of the creation: Caroline Martin
Régie: Gabriel Bourget Harvey or Émilie Potvin
Voice processing consulting: Frédéric Auger
Programming of the audio system: Marc Doucet
Integration of the motorized elements: Philippe Lessard Drolet
Consultation in puppet manipulation: Pierre Robitaille
Fabrication of the doll: Claude Rodrique
Realization of the decor: Conception Alain Gagné, Claudia Gendreau, Dominique Giguère, Claudelle Houde-Labrecque and Annabelle Roy
Coordination of creative workshops: Marie-Hélène Lalande
Philosophy consultation for children: Nadia Beaudry
Collaboration in research: Claudelle Houde-Labrecque and Vincent Roy
La Grande Hermine School, CPE Jardin Bleu, LANTISS and Les Gros Becs Youth Theater, which collaborated in the development of creation through a reception in residence in Quebec City.