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09 february 10 february 2023

Pinocchio

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12200 Villefranche-de-Rouergue

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Quai de la Sénéchaussée
12200 Villefranche-de-Rouergue

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Presentation

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.

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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
Thursday Open
Friday Open
Thursday February 9 at 14:30 p.m. Friday February 10 at 10 a.m.

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Individual all public
10 € -
Individual all public - Reduced (unemployed, RSA beneficiaries, students, under 26, MDPH beneficiaries)
8 € -

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