a poetic show carried by dance and music
“One day, I was looking at the earth from far away. I wanted to see the forest, I got very close. Then I wanted to see a tree and I got very very close. Then, I wanted to see a leaf, I approached very very very close. I lifted the leaf, to see what was underneath...
That day, I understood that I was a giant.”
seated on furs, sheltered under tents built for them, the little spectators of "Little big Leaf" discover an intriguing forest where little things take a big step. very tender, subtle, this story told by movement and music awakens the senses. carried by the enveloping movements of Ariane Voineau, the warm and reassuring voice of Josué Beaucage, the sensitive staging of Olivier Normand, this poetic and evocative show tackles an essential question for very young audiences: Am I tall or short?
Original idea and interpretation : Ariane Voineau et Josué Beaucage
Director : Olivier Normand
Set and costume design: Julie Levesque
Choreography: Ariane Voineau
Dance artistic advice: Jean-François Duke
Original music and lyrics : Josué Beaucage
Lighting designer: Keven Dubois