burrow Burrow - Forests, paths and tiny treasures | Théâtre du Gros Mécano



Photo credit: Nicola-Frank Vachon


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Deep in the forest, two little creatures bustle about, collecting their provisions.
 Acorns, pine nuts and mushrooms.
Pebbles, apples and branches, every item is counted and tucked away in the burrow’s belly.

One inventories, rations and studies…
The other writes, ponder-s, relishes…
Their friendship, peppered with little quibbles, sews the flow of the seasons.
Yet somehow, something has come between them.

Can we live without others? What kind of effort does friendship take? How are we to reconcile our differences? Burrow brings the young audience member on the pathway of friendship and living together, in a playful, poetic and wordless theatre experience.

4 to 8 years old
45 min
Maximum capacity: 200

Burrow - Forest, paths and tiny treasures is represented by Chantal Cimon, from Pla'c'art. For information about local and international tours, you can contact her by email or phone:

Creative team

Original idea: Les Incomplètes

Directed by: Carol Cassistat and Josiane Bernier

Dramaturgy: the collective

Set and costume design: Dominique Giguère

Light design: Caroline Ross

Sound design: Pascal Robitaille

Images and video: Marilyn Laflamme and Dominique Giguère

Tiny treasures: Pascal Robitaille and Philippe Lessard-Drolet

A Théâtre du Gros Mécano and Les Incomplètes Coproduction


Press kit

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