Text and illustrations
Adaptation and direction
Ludger Côté and Émilie Lévesque
Set design, projections and props
Costumes and props
Assistant props person
Music and sound environment
Stage and sound manager, projections
In co-production with Muni-Spec Mont-Laurier and Le Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne, in residence at Le Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil, Quebec).
In 2012, Premiered in Mandarin during the Taipei Children’s Arts Festival.
Translation Camille Yih-June Chia | Cast Ludger Côté, Émilie Lévesque, Yi-Lin Tsai | Assistant director Ming-Chu Yu
In 2014, Premiered in Polish during the Korczak festival and the World Congress of ASSITEJ in Warsaw.
Translation Milena Buziak | Cast Ludger Côté, Émilie Lévesque, and Milena Buziak
A little girl and her dog, on a stormy night. Questions spring up in her mind. Thoughts are born, take flight, come back to sting, bounce off the invisible walls of consciousness. In the deep of night, the child wonders about the meaning of life, ponders troubling questions, turns over the infinitely small and the infinitely large. The wind blows harder and harder, and then the storm explodes: fear of all sorts is admitted. And what if ...?
With humour, appropriateness, and subtlety, Stormy Night explores how thought is invaded by uncertainty, at an age when consciousness begins to intrude upon our carefree existence, never again to let go of us.
Children 6 to 10 years old