MOTOR OF CREATION AND EMOTIONS
WHO WE ARE ?
Motus creates original plays for young audiences and their families. The company works in puppetry arts and live music, building bridges and fostering free-flowing dialogue between cultures. With its resolutely global outlook, the company embraces and emphasizes collaboration with artists from everywhere, through national and international co-productions.
WHAT'S NEW ?
The 21-22 season will mark the 20th anniversary of Motus!
In order to celebrate well, we have set up a complete festive program linked to our various creations. This is how we will be able to offer outdoor performances of our street theater shows the Travelling tales and the Little lockdow legends; cultural mediation workshops in connection with our co-production involving artists from West Africa: Water's whisper; special performances of our new creation TREE: a world in itself, aimed at children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD); exhibitions of our puppets; in addition to offering tickets to see the 700th performance of our dear Baobab!
Certainly our shows travel around the world and in many languages, but it is essential for us that people in our community benefit as well. This festive and unique program, which we will be happy to implement throughout the 21-22 season, is very stimulating and meaningful for all Motus teams.
We look forward to seeing you again, in person, outside or inside, because any way will be good to celebrate these 20 years of creations together!
Follow our festive calendar which will be updated regularly.
Dans le cadre des journées de la culture et en collaboration avec le Festival international de la littérature (FIL), nous vous invitons au spectacle-lancement du premier album musical Amondo, fils du Baobab de la collection Bon Théâtre les amis en présence des comédiens et musiciens, avec Robine Ependa Kaseka Kia, Widemir Normil et Philippe Racine, Aboulaye Koné et Lasso Sanou ainsi que l’auteure Hélène Ducharme
Lieu : Librairie Port de tête, 262 av. Mont-Royal E., Montréal, H2T 1P5
Date : Dimanche 2 Octobre 2022
Heure : 11h