Created in March 2005
For all audiences from 10 months old
About the show
“Plis/Sons” is a plastic proposition, a mirror game between music, material and light, a game between a singer and a “machinist”, with paper in all its states. She… folds, caresses, crumples, crumples, stretches, tears. The voice shapes like the gesture. Sounds emerge from the material. He… captures, transforms, modulates and restores. His machines shape the sounds. A complicity begins, inviting to listen to the images suggested by a set of light sculptures, in balance, which transfigure the space.
Symphony for crumpled paper, triturated, lifted in all directions with the refined gestures of mime. This paper opera alternates grandiloquence and humour, baby’s grumbling and multiple figures obtained by folding, shaking and setting in motion white sheets contrasting with the blue of the actors’ costumes.Télérama March 2006, by Henriette Bichonnier TT
This is enough to fascinate very young children, who are captivated by a density that evokes the Japanese world in its forms and, in brief moments, the Italian world with its fanfare and comical gestures.
Conception and stage direction : Laurent Dupont
Music : Bruno Bernard
Scenography : Christine Vadrot
With : Marie Fraschina et Laurent Dupont