Spectacle d'objets et d'ombres : Ici et ailleurs

Show ,  Theatre at Saint-Affrique

Spectacle d'objets et d'ombres : Ici et ailleursPupella-Noguès
  • To give them the opportunity to have their say, the theatre company have collected stories from children in nursery and primary schools and transcribed them into a journey of objects and their shadows. Whether they are tiny pebbles, postal cards or kitchen utensils, these objects that accompany us in our daily lives are reflections of ourselves, memory aids, companions or trophies of our imaginary museums. They are the voice of my friend, the noise from my street, the scent I still remember from a home of long ago, and they tell me stories from journeys, countries, cultures and people from here and elsewhere. Through their metamorphosis by light, objects relate stories of entire lifetimes, creating new worlds of poetry, sounds and scents.« This show is very relevant to today: the story and life course of migrants, so intriguing and amazing and during which they have experienced a wide variety of emotions… Giorgio Pupella, curator of the museum tells us small fragments of life through their relation to an object. » Le Clou dans la planche.Duration: 50 min, suitable for a young audience, from 5 years old. Show of objects and shadows. Pupella-Noguès CompanyDue to a limited number of seats, booking with the Cultural Department is highly recommended.Around the Show: - Free afternoon snack from 15.00- Mediation workshops as part of the Artistic Itineraries proposed by Aveyron Culture- A preview for the Cabinet of wonders displaying the objects created by children is to be launched December 12th at 18.30 in the community hall.Project: Joëlle Noguès et Giorgio PupellaStage direction: Joëlle NoguèsActing: Giorgio PupellaScenography: Joëlle Noguès, assistant: Manon DublancSound / Light: Nicolas Carrière and Myriam BertolWatchful eye: Roland Schön
  • Spoken languages
  • Accepted customers
    • Individuals
    • Individuals
  • Rates
  • 5 €
Schedules
Schedules
  • On December 12, 2018
    * mercredi à 16h