A little girl wakes up with a big lie. The lie little by little takes the shape of a red ball and becomes impossible to get rid off. It takes a life of its own, becomes opinionated and even multiplies. How to tell truth now? The spectators are plunged into the interior world of the little girl, her dreams and nightmares. Only her courage can help her now. Catherine Dreyfus’ s play dismantles the mechanism of the lie. The red ball finally bursts and the little girl is relieved.
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Bartok and Pipp have only one wish: to finally start their fitness workout. But they keep getting interrupted by the weird noises coming from the other side of the neighbouring wall. They listen carefully. The weird noises are music, captivating music!
Big Box is about a box on stage. A box? Or is it a giant package? Or a phone booth, an elevator, a workshop, a changing room? Endless possibilities that surprise and fascinate young audiences.
A dancer takes the audience on a journey to discover all the senses. On a playfully designed stage, she feels the materiality of the objects around her, brings them to life and handles them delicately.
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