Three clowns wander, without a job and without shelter, through a world that no longer has a place for them. Being clowns, they manage to give even this bleak atmosphere a special humour. Our three anti-heroes show that clowns can still make us laugh today. With their tragi-comedy about the end of a time in which a clown could be sure of provoking the benign laughter of society, Leandre Ribera and the La Tal company commemorate the red noses and simultaneously revive them in a completely new form.
« Tendresse bestiale en danger d’extinction ! »
« Délicieux. Leandre et les membres de la Tal (Enric Casso et Jordi Magdaleno) captivent avec
Démodés, hommage touchant à la figure du clown classique. Nostalgie, humour, humanité, dans
un exercice exquis de talent et de sagesse. »
« Ni classiques, ni contemporains : trois personnages qui ont l'essence et le sens le plus intime et
profond du clown. »
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