Nicolas Letarte and Alexi Babin Rioux
Make up and hair
In residency at Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil, Québec).
Plume is lively, chatty, cheerful. Taciturne, on the other hand, talks little, but he watches and listens. His passion is music.
They live next door to each other, but that, it seems, is all they have in common. Only in the night, with its spooky sounds and looming shadows, do they learn how to find out about each other, smooth over their differences, and become friends.
A foundational play in Quebec theatre for young audiences, this poetic fable directly addresses the idea of being open to another and to the world, expressed through a symbolic universe that children instinctively understand.
Children 3 to 5 years old
« Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle's set design is beautiful, and Marie-Eve Huot's direction is refreshing, even poetic. And I must say that the actors are charming: they truly embody tender, touching children. Bravo to Philomène Lévesque-Rainville and Simon Labelle-Ouimet. In fact, I would say that Une lune entre deux maisons was received as enthusiastically by parents as by their children. »
Anne-Josée Cameron, Radio-Canada
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Photos: François-Xavier Gaudreault
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