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To be incomplete is to be on a quest, searching for one's soul mates.  It is an attempt to complement one another, to fuse into symbiosis. It is perpetually rummaging the world over for answers. To be incomplete necessitates an active construction of the self... One is ceaselessly incomplete and yet never wants to remain so.  One must refuse this condition, strive for fulfillment, knowledge, action, affirmation and humbly take responsibility. One must never forget that without others, one is worth very little. 

To be incomplete is to be a heart in search of another.

Edredon

The Show : Édredon is a play intended for children aged 12 months and up, enacted by two performers. It is a bedtime reflection on various themes such as intimacy, dreams, as well as relationships to others and unknown spaces.

Édredon is the first creative work by the Incomplètes; a short play performed in close proximity to the audience and filled with sensations, embodied poetry, shadows, video imagery and musical light.

Running Time : 30 minutes
Audience : 12 months and up
Stage : W 30’ x D 45’ x H 18’
Maximum capacity : 70

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Calendar

September, 13 to 25, 2017
Shangaï, Nanjing, China
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Burrow

Deep in the forest, two little creatures bustle about, collecting their provisions.
Acorns, pine nuts and mushrooms. Pebbles, apples and branches, every item is counted and tucked away in the burrow’s belly.
One inventories, rations and studies…The other writes, ponders, relishes…Their friendship, peppered with little quibbles, sews the flow of the seasons. Yet somehow, something has come between them.

Can we live without others? What kind of effort does friendship take? How are we to reconcile our differences? Burrow brings the young audience member on the pathway of friendship and living together, in a playful, poetic and wordless theatre experience.

Audience: 4 to 8 years old
Maximum capacity: 300
Running time : 55 minutes
Stage : W30' x D24' x H14'

Stage directors: Carol Cassistat and Josiane Bernier
Dramaturgy: the collective
Performers : Laurence P. Lafaille and Audrey Marchand 

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Calendar

May, 1st and 2, 2018
SPEC du Haut-Richelieu, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu
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Dawn Lullabies

Dawn Lullabiesis an artistic concept that creates a cozy gathering space incorporating electro-acoustic sounds for infants and toddlers and their grown-up companions. In this soft and welcoming space, filled with mismatched rocking chairs, children enter an ethereal soundscape that evolves around them, allowing them to explore a musical journey inspired by traditional lullabies.

Drawing from Gascon, Alsacian and Innu lullabies, this series of audio performances offers families the chance to come together and, to the soft rhythm of a rocking chair, to share in a tender and contemplative moment from a child’s point of view. Dawn Lullabies provides us with a gentle moment of art to delight us before we are drawn back to the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Coproduction with City of Pessac and La Passerelle (France). 

 

Ideation and scenic writing: Audrey Marchand, Laurence P Lafaille et Josiane Bernier
Audio performance : Symon Marcoux (Gascogne); Philippe Lessard Drolet (Natashquan); Mériol Lehmann (Alsace)

Audience:  0 to 2 years old
Maximum capacity:  30
Running time: 60 minutes
Stage: to be determined

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Calendar

December, 20 to 22, 2018
Festival Sur un petit nuage, Pessac, France

January, 30 to 31, 2019
Festival Compli'Cité, Huningue, France

February, 1st to 3, 2019
Festival Momix, Rixheim, France

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