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A talking log is not trivial. And when old Gepetto transforms her into a puppet and it starts to live, it becomes extraordinary. - Elée Company
A talking log is not trivial. And when old Gepetto transforms her into a puppet and it starts to live, it becomes extraordinary. Especially since this puppet named Pinocchio turns out to be a prankster and immediately embarks on funny adventures. Ignoring the wise advice of the Talking Cricket, he will be hanged, imprisoned, transformed into a donkey, eaten by a great white shark and then will end up becoming a real little boy.
In an Art Fair setting animated by many colorful paintings, this show rich in twists and turns mixes masks, puppets and Chinese shadows.
More than a story to entertain children Carlo Collodi gives us a subversive text, where learning about life is born of love, experimentation and mistakes; where disobedience is not relegated to the rank of bad deeds but appears as a necessity to grow and finally incarnate as a human being.
According to Carlo Collodi
Adaptation & staging: Alexandre Tourneur
Interpretation Alexandre Tourneur, Clothilde Daniault (or Charlotte Fabre or Amélie Gonin or Mathilde Puget)
Masks: Marie Muyard
Costumes: Anne Ruault
Decor & Music: Alexandre Tourneur
Illustration: Jonathan Bousmar
Broadcaster: Hélène Henri-Dréan
Young Public in school session open to all depending on the places available.
All dates and times
|Opening hours from 09 February to 10 February 2023|
|Individual all public
|Individual all public - Reduced (unemployed, RSA beneficiaries, students, under 26, MDPH beneficiaries)
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- For all