« AND THEN… HE ATE ME »
The story is the house…
This small, fragile, protective house becomes the stage of our fears when the wolf looms outside. A visual théâtre piece using objects as a vocabulary, exploring the poetry and the symbolism of the house.
The house is the story…
The wolf is in no hurry, his jaws are the cogged wheels of Time, he is just waiting his chance ! His halting breath fills the air with forbidden desire.
He is proud of his genealogy, going back as far as the god Saturn who ate his children, and even further to Anubis the Egyptian dog, gardien of the kingdom of the dead.
To satisfy his devouring passion, he asks us to continue telling stories in which he is the hero. Next to him his manservant, originally from wonderland. He is a contriving rabbit, constantly running between two worlds, trying to gain time.
He is the guardien and manipulater who holds the key to this house.
Christine remembers everything in this illuminated house.
She advances softly, walking slowly traversing time… talking to us.
It might have been a fairy tail as we all seem to know.
But does anybody really knows what happenend ?…
And then… he ate me is like an illustrated book, a theatre of images and Emotions.
Directed by Francesca Bettini
And then He Ate Me, by Vélo Théâtre, presentation file (Et il me mangea, par la compagnie Vélo Théâtre, dossier professionnel en anglais).
Auteur(s) : Vélo Théâtre [texte]
Lieu de conservation : Vélo Théâtre
Date de création : 2010
Dates : 26 octobre 2010
Période : 21e siècle - 1er quart
Localisation : Apt (France)
Nature du document : document numérique natif
Dimensions : 21 x 29,7 cm
Pages : 5 p.
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Voir aussi (événements) : Et il me mangea, par la compagnie Vélo Théâtre
Voir aussi (identités) : Compagnie Vélo Théâtre
Identifiant du document original : VEL_DN0005
Mode d'acquisition : production interne
Copyright : © Vélo Théâtre
Contact Copyright : velos[a]velotheatre.com
Référence notice : PAM-DOCUM-004285
Mise à jour : 16/12/2016