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Suzanne Lebeau

Directed by
Gervais Gaudreault

Assistant director
Anne-Catherine Lebeau

Cast
Martin Boileau, Marie-Michelle Garon and Joachim Tanguay

Set design, costumes, and props
Stéphane Longpré

Special collaboration
Katherine Brochu

Lighting design
Dominique Gagnon

Sound environment
Nicolas Rollin

Hair and make up
Pierre Lafontaine

Production manager
Dominique Gagnon

Lighting manager
Dominique Gagnon/Nicolas Fortin

Sound and stage manager
Éric Gendron/Alexi Babin Rioux

Set production
Productions Yves Nicol

Production of flats
Extensions Concept

Costume production
Marie-Andrée de Courval

Finishing, sets, mouldings
Jackie Morin

In residency at Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil, Quebec) and in co-production with Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne (Quebec) and Grand Théâtre de Lorient (France)

Élise and Léo live in a vacuum, prisoners of the fear of the unknown and of regimented time measured in grains of sand. 
One morning, thanks to an exquisite dream, out of the desire to do something good, out of the excitation of shoes held too long on the leash, time breaks down, the door opens . . . the sky and the earth tip . . .
The daily oranges have a different flavour. 
The great question of breaking away toward the world is asked . . .

Children 3 to 7 years old

 
“ While the power of theatre is to transport us, to take us on a trip far beyond what we might have imagined, theatre for young audiences is also the bearer of meaning. And if very young children very wide eyes as they watched the play, it is because magic was at work! ”
La Revue, Terrebonne
“ Immersing young children in a world where fear and the desire to explore confront each other, the play Souliers de sable . . . revealed itself to be very sensitive. It flows us like grains of sand through an hourglass. ”
MédiaMatinQuébec

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Photos: François-Xavier Gaudreault