Théâtre de l’Œil

Canada (Quebec)
theatre OFF CINARS
Duration 60 min.
Booth 180
09 November 2022 at 19:00 Centre culturel Notre-Dame-de-Grâce — Salle Iro Valaskakis-Tembeck
Artistic Direction: Simon Boudreault
Orlando, knight of the North, and Abderam, knight of the South, are both in love... with Yuhuan, a Far Eastern princess. Held prisoner by the camp of the North, Yuhuan manages to escape. Orlando and Abderam recklessly forsake the war between their armies and set off in search of the princess! Everyone is chasing after everyone else for all sorts of reasons, and in doing so, manage to keep the two camps from tearing each other apart despite their long-standing warmongering. A thousand and one adventures ensue, with a hippogriff, an orca whale and a sorceress who HATES princesses. Juan Arango - Puppeteer Carolina Chmielewski - Puppeteer Nicolas Germain-Marchand - Puppeteer Simone Latour Bellavance - Puppeteer Olivier Kemeid - Story Simon Boudreault - Stage Direction Richard Lacroix - Puppet and Set Design Language of performance: english / no subtitles Open to all participants of the 2022 biennale Number of seats (per representation) : 40 Shuttle service included (limited quantity reservation at veronique@theatredeloeil.qc.ca for presenters only )
Represented by
Véronique Grondines Théâtre de l'Oeil
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