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BAOBAB • GRETEL AND HANSEL

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The story of Baobab is a hero’s journey, where Amondo uses his wits to release the water and save his community. Gretels’ journey in Gretel and Hansel is one of self-discovery, where the time spent in the forest lets her recognize something in herself that empowers her to be Hansel’s big sister. And in both cases, we as the audience follow them on their paths. In doing so, we get to imagine what epic adventure we might find ourselves in as we journey through our own lives. Depuis toujours, à travers le monde et les cultures, diverses histoires sont racontées au sujet d’individus s’aventurant en milieu sauvage et qui en reviennent métamorphosés. Puisque chez MTYP la jeunesse est à l’honneur, nos deux pièces de théâtre mettent en lumière des enfants se lançant dans l’inconnu. Baobab raconte les aventures d’un héros dans laquelle Amondo met son esprit à l’œuvre pour récupérer l’eau et sauver sa communauté. L’aventure de Gretel, dans la pièce Gretel et Hansel, est une aventure de découverte de soi dans laquelle le temps qu’elle passe en forêt lui permet de découvrir qu’elle a les moyens d’être la grande sœur de Hansel. Et, dans les deux cas, nous suivons leurs traces en tant que spectateurs. De cette manière, nous avons la possibilité d’imaginer les épopées que nous pourrions être amenés à vivre dans nos propres vies.

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A Théâtre Motus production created in coproduction with Troupe Sô (Mali) Hélène Ducharme Leanna Brodie

written and directed by english version:

Recommended for ages 4 to 10 60 minutes with no intermission

approximate running time:

CREATIVE TEAM Hélène Ducharme Leanna Brodie

written and directed by english version dramaturg puppet designers

Hamadoun Kassogué

Jean Cummings, Sylvain Racine, Claude Rodrigue

set designers

†Ismaïla Manga, Hélène Ducharme Aboulaye Koné Nathalie Cora

original music assisted by lighting designer

Michel Saint-Amand

shadow puppet designer

Marcelle Hudon

stage costume designer

performers

Louis Hudon

Sharon James, Philippe Racine, Aboulaye Koné, Nathalie Cora Théâtre de la Ville for the residency and the Hamadoun Kassogué (Mali) and †Ismaïla Manga (Senegal).

baobab was created with the support of collaboration of

Théâtre Motus acknowledges the touring support of the Conseil du lettres du Québec for this series of performances.


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Sharing with young audiences since 2001, through creation, the exploration of new worlds and nourishing cultural exchanges. Already nine creations under our belt and many projects either in the oven or in progress. Théâtre Motus creates shows that combine puppeteering, acting techniques, coloured shadow theatre and music, in order to give life to original creations intended for young audiences. Right from the beginning of a project, the artists surround themselves with a team of creative partners who enrich and strengthen their artistic research. The idea is for them to remain open to the various artistic approaches by their peers, integrating the knowledge and striving to move the theatre practice forward. The company, which tours its shows internationally, has already performed close to 1,350 times in Canada, the United States, France, Spain, Mexico, Mali and Greece and will tour to China in 2017. Since its inception, Motus collaborates with venues including, notably, the Théâtre de la Ville, where creation residencies usually spread over two years, also allowing the artists to verify the resonance that the creations have with children. In connection with their research and production work, the artists are always looking to interact with young spectators. Theatre Motus receives operating support from Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and Conseil des arts de Longueuil. Keep tabs on Théâtre Motus, a fastmoving theatre company!


THE COMPANY’S DIRECTION Artistic Director /General Manager Hélène Ducharme • Hélène Ducharme is a playwright, director, actress and puppeteer. The Artistic Director and General Manager of Theatre Motus, she has also written all of the company’s works and directed almost all of them: BellyButton, Tiger By The Tail, Inuussia, the seal-woman, BUBBLES, winter legends for micro-puppets, Baobab, Pour en finir avec … Cyrano, LUNA, in my father’s eyes and Elisapee and the Northern Lights. Her passion for theatre led her to pursue a complete training (acting, puppeteering, acrobatics, modern dance and mask work). Her B.A. in Education motivated her to work with children through drama and puppetry classes and the supervision of story writing. Her passion for young audiences naturally led her to found her own company, Théâtre Motus, in 2001. Her deep respect for children brought her to develop each of her plays in close collaboration with them. Her artistic curiosity for other cultures leads her to create sensitive plays which are often enriched through her contact with foreign artists. She has also written plays for teenagers and and co-written an animated film with Co Hoderman for the National Film Board of Canada. She chaired the Board of the Quebec Association of Puppeteers (AQM) from 2008 to 2013. She was a part of IPAY's section committee from 2012 to 2016 and also sat on its Board from 2014 to 2016. She also sat on the Board of Théâtres Unis Enfance Jeunesse (TUEJ, Quebec theatre for young audience producers’ association), the Artistic Committee of La Maison Théâtre (Montreal), and the Board of Centre des auteurs dramatiques (Quebec’s playwrights’ association. In 2011, she received the Award for artistic creation in Montérégie (her region of Quebec) granted by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec (Quebec’s Arts Council).

OUR TEAM artistic director and general manager

Hélène Ducharme

direction, tour marketing and communication administrative director

Jean-François Ouellet

tour marketing and communication assistant administrative assistant

Marie-France Bruyère

Danaëlle Ducharme-Massé

Ludovic Painchaud-Tremblay


BIOS • PERFORMERS Sharon James • Sharon James is a versatile actress who performs both in French and English. It is no surprise that her talent has often been singled out. On TV she was featured in the Unité 9 and 30 vies series. She has also been involved in many theatre productions with several notable directors including Brigitte Haentjens for the Threepenny Opera, Johanne Benoît for Naissance, Reynald Michaud for Pepo Citrouille, Louis-Karl Tremblay for Les Troyennes (the Trojan women) and Michel Lefebvre for In this World. Sharon James is also an accomplished singer. Philippe Racine • A graduate of the Montréal Conservatory of Dramatic Arts (2003), he co-founds Qui Va Là where his vision of a committed, reflective and sensitive art is concentrated to serve the community. Qui Va Là has since created the plays Toutou Rien, La Tête Blanche and La Fugue. In addition, he performs in Coma Unplugged at the Théâtre La Licorne (winner of the Masque Production of the Year / Montréal), La leçon d’histoire at the Théâtre Jean-Duceppe, directed by Serge Denoncourt, Chantefable, a puppet theatre play for children by L’Illusion Théâtre, as well as Baobab, a Théâtre Motus production also for children. Philippe also played Macbeth for The Other Theater.

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BIOS • PERFORMERS Aboulaye Koné • Aboulaye Koné is the son of a griot. He discovered music in Burkina Faso and trained with Djeli Baba Kienou. Since then, he has been accompanying many top African musicians, including Les Go de Koteba, Adama Dramé and Kandia Kouyaté. In Canada he is known as one of the top Mandingo musicians. His versatility led him to work with the Quartet François Bourassa and the Buntalo group. In 2008 and 2009, his own band, Bolo Kan, won the world-music Syli d’argent (silver Syli) and the Syli d’Or (gold syli) awards. In 2012 his first opus “Afo Gné” was nominated in the Best World Music Album category at the Juno awards. Nathalie Cora • Nathalie was first introduced to the kora in 1986. She since honed her skills on the instrument with renowned masters in Africa. For several years, she focused on the repertoire of traditional West African music with Guinea-Bissauan singer Lilison and the Takadja group (1996 Juno award). Since 2005 she has been performing her own music under the name Nathalie Cora. She is also compiling an impressive list of recording contributions: Raoul Duguay, Diane Dufresne, Cirque du Soleil, Sébastien Lacombe, Claire Pelletier, Paul Horn and many others. She is a member of Alpha Thiam group and has been part of the cast of Baobab since the show opened in 2009.

Nanabush and the drum

by RHÉAL CENERINI music by MICHAEL OESTERLE

June 7th & 8th 2017

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The trickster is jealous. He’s fallen for the daughter of a powerful chief. Unfortunately for him, another man has laid claim to her heart: a coureur de bois, a little on the naïve side to boot! What’s a poor trickster to do but send his rival packing with a series of ploys that leave the outsider battered and bruised? Théâtre Cercle Molière and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra invite you to see how this love triangle unravels in a new production, combining theatre and poetry, myth and music.

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Le Carrousel, compagnie de théâtre Recommended for ages 8+ 55 minutes with no intermission

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CREATIVE TEAM texte

/ translation John Van Burek

traduction mise en scène

/ text Suzanne Lebeau

/ directed by Gervais Gaudreault

assistance à la mise en scène distribution

/ assistant director Milena Buziak

/ cast Émilie Lévesque et Jean-Philip Debien

décor et accessoires/ set design and props costumes et accessoires lumière

Stéphane Longpré

/ costumes and props Linda Brunelle

/ lighting design Dominique Gagnon

musique et environnement sonore maquillage et coiffures direction de production

/ music and sound environment Diane Labrosse / make up and hair Pierre Lafontaine

/ production manager Dominique Gagnon

coupe et confection des costumes assistance aux costumes tricot

/ dressmaking costumes Anne Rémillard

/ assistant costumes Chantal Bachand

/ knitting Françoise Bruand

Le Carrousel, compagnie de théâtre, in residency at Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil) and Maison Théâtre (Montréal), in co-production with Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne, Muni-Spec Mont-Laurier and Le Théâtre, Scène nationale de Narbonne. with assistance from the Aide à la création program of the Centre national du Théâtre (France). a production of


ABOUT LE CARROUSEL, COMPAGNIE DE THÉÂTRE Convinced of the need for a true artistic encounter, Le Carrousel places at the core of its creative approach the question “What should we say to children?” and reflects deeply on artists’ self-censorship when dealing with young audiences. Supported by creative research that breaks through limits and boundaries, co-founders Suzanne Lebeau and Gervais Gaudreault used their passion to form a repertoire of original works that are considered, in Quebec and abroad, to be milestones in the history of theatre for young audiences. For more than 40 years, Le Carrousel has sought to tear down the walls between audiences and between practices, out of the conviction that theatre for children must also reach out to and even disturb adults. Today, Marie-Eve Huot defends this unique vision of childhood and art as she joins Gervais Gaudreault as the company’s co-artistic director. This handover is a window opening to the future and will secure a tradition to be transcended so that the story continues and evolves. 73 INTERNATIONAL TOURS | 81 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS 26 PREMIERES | 4,500 PERFORMANCES | 1,000,000 AUDIENCE MEMBERS

LE CARROUSEL AND ITS TEAM artistic directors

Gervais Gaudreault, Marie-Eve Huot

associate artist

Suzanne Lebeau

executive director administrator

Ginette Prévost

Nathalie Ménard

technical director

Dominique Gagnon

manager, outreach and development communications and tour logistics administrative assistant

Fanny Oberti

Ludger Côté

Marie Moiny

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BIOS • CAST AND CREW Author Suzanne Lebeau • Suzanne Lebeau first intended to make a career as an actress. But after founding Le Carrousel with Gervais Gaudreault in 1975, she gradually left acting to devote herself exclusively to writing. Today, she is internationally recognized as a leader in playwriting for young audiences. She is among the most-performed Quebec playwrights in the world, with more than 150 productions of her works on all continents. Her plays have been published in many countries and translated into 23 languages; Une lune entre deux maisons, the first Canadian play written specifically for young children, L’Ogrelet, and Le bruit des os qui craquent, have been translated, respectively, into six, thirteen, and ten languages. Suzanne Lebeau’s exceptional contribution to the flourishing of theatre for young audiences has earned her numerous awards and distinctions, including the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards: Lifetime Artistic Achievement – Theatre. A word from the Author Gretel et Hansel, as the very title indicates, is a rereading. In the background is what the story doesn’t say but what advances in psychoanalysis make it impossible for us to ignore: the love-hate sibling relationship, both delicious and disturbing, that forms us, deforms us, and determines how we will live, for better and worse. Whether or not we want it to be so, the very denial of its importance makes it important. In this rereading, Gretel is the older one, the big sister, who is asked to be understanding and reasonable. The birth of the “little brother” contains the very seed of the existential choice that Gretel will have to make ... at the moment when she must decide whether or not to release Hansel ... This production is both old tale and today’s story; it speaks to children about what they experience in a way that is both intense and secret, speaks to adults who daily relive their relationships with their brothers and sisters, talks to the soul ... and offers no formulas. Director Gervais Gaudreault • Founder and co-artistic director of Le Carrousel with Suzanne Lebeau, Gervais Gaudreault performed in the company’s early productions. In the 1980s, he directed Une lune entre deux maisons, Le Carrousel’s first show to tour internationally. Since then, he has directed most of the company’s productions, including L’Ogrelet, Petit Pierre (Technical Merit award from the Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology), and Le bruit des os qui craquent (critics’ award, theatre for young audiences category, from the Association québécoise des critiques de théâtre). During his career, Gervais Gaudreault has directed almost 30 plays, including a dozen productions in foreign languages (English, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, and Polish). He is also invited to direct shows produced by other companies; his credits include Corneille’s Le Cid at Théâtre du Trident, Je suis d’un would be pays by François Godin at Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui, and Dissident, il va sans dire by Michel Vinaver for Les Tréteaux de Haute-Alsace de


Mulhouse. Currently, he is developing an international research and creation centre for theatre for theatre for children and youth: The Cube. A word from the Director Gretel et Hansel has roots deep within the purest tradition of the tale – those tales that children adore and need. Children who are lost, placed in a hostile environment, and show their courage and imagination, children who are abandoned to the forces of evil – these archetypes make tales into treasures of vital wisdom that are as valuable today, centuries later. They allow us to interiorize the good and bad impulses that upset us so because they are beyond our control. With this play, the fourteenth one I directed for Le Carrousel, I gave myself the challenge of working with a form of minimalist theatre. The space conceived with the set designer is, in fact, large and almost empty. On the stage, high chairs are arranged in a circle like the moments of childhood portrayed. Within the circle, a house is evoked for privacy and safety. Outside the circle, the forest is the unknown, adventure. Gretel Émilie Lévesque • With training in classical ballet and a diploma in theatre performance from Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe in 2008, Émilie Lévesque quickly became interested in theatre for young audiences after she left school. She did a practicum in physical acting at Dynamo Théâtre in 2008 and played in the production of L’ombre de l’Escargot for Nuages en pantalon, touring with the play in France and Quebec in 2010. In 2012, she has been touring Québec with Samsara Théâtre, in the play Samsara. She has also played in Bertolt Brecht’s Le cercle de craie caucasien, directed by Luce Pelletier, at Théâtre Prospero. In 2013 and 2014, Émilie directed the productions of the Collège de Valleyfield extracurricular theatre troupe. She also does voiceovers for commercials and plays Lison Tremblay in the TV series Les Jeunes Loups. With Le Carrousel, she plays La Petite in Nuit d'Orage, a show presented in Québec, France, Taiwan, Mexico, and Poland. She will also play Alice in Trois petites sœurs, Le Carrousel’s new production. Hansel Jean-Philip Debien • When he graduated from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Québec in 2009, Jean-Philip Debien was invited by Frédéric Dubois to perform for the nighttime walking tour Où tu vas quand tu dors en marchant, offered as part of the Carrefour international de théâtre de Québec. He then rejoined his graduating class to present the show ... et autres effets secondaires at Théâtre Premier Acte in Quebec City, a production marking their entry into the profession, also presented at Théâtre Prospero in Montréal in autumn 2012. He then appeared in L'homme, Chopin et le petit tas de bois with Théâtre du Gros Mécano, L'affaire Ronsolini with Utopia Théâtre, and Novecento with Théâtre de la Trotteuse, and Le bruit des os qui craquent with le Carrousel. In film, Jean-Philip Debien played the role of Groleau in La forteresse suspendue by director Roger Cantin, a film in the Contes pour tous collection produced by Rock Demers. On television, he played Arthur Laliberté in Emma and appeared in 15 commercials as well as in Ayoye and Les poupées russes. He also was in the cast of Entreprends ton savoir, an educational film distributed to all high schools in Quebec in 2011.


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