DADA de l'Aubergine

Presented by: MIFO and Le Droit

Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 2 pm

Léopold Minute, a watchmaker by trade, has repaired, adjusted and restored watches, clocks and alarm clocks for years. He proceeds carefully and intuitively, always seeking the perfect solution.

Divided between his passion and his hobby, Léopold is lulled by the tick- tock of his shop and falls asleep for just a few seconds, almost hypnotized... A timid, disciplined and precise man, he suddenly finds himself in a kind of daydream. He then gives way to passion, expressing himself through dance, juggling and acrobatics, guided by some phenomenal awareness. Its musicality provides Léopold with an exceptional ability to create a sound offering all his own.

Stunned by his omnipresent awareness, he is torn between his shyness and the desire to take risks, between the drama of the accordion and the sweetness of the cello.
Come share these moments of playful distraction.

You are sure to be intrigued. What is Léopold’s hobby, really?

Original idea and direction: Soizick Hébert
Authors and musicians: David Fiset, Françoise Josette Lépine
Stage design: Huguette Lauzé & Josette Déchène
Original music: Frédérick Desroches
Lighting: Émilie Vachon
Makeup: Nathalie J. Simard



Ages: 5 to 12 years old
Language: French

Tickets (all-in price):
Regular: $18.50
Member: $14.50

* All children must have a ticket, regardless of their age.

Venue: Harold Shenkman Hall
Genre: Family


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March 16 at 2:00 pm