After experiencing many upsets in her young life, Little Witch is forced to go live with the Ogre, who finds it hard to resist the urge to eat her up. How is she supposed to live with a creature who dreams of devouring her? And how can she get rid of it without becoming a monster herself?
Playwright Pascal Brullemans explores the themes of child neglect. In this version, he has the performer simply tell the story, using allusion to broach this delicate subject with the necessary distance.
Without providing explicit details, the Bélanger-Brullemans duo plants several seeds in the minds of the audience members. They are then free to interpret them in their own way depending on how mature they are. As in their previous productions, the creators’ message is that we always have the power to choose how to confront difficult situations.
This tender fable performed by an exceptionally talented actress will pull at your heartstrings.
Founded in 2006 by director Nini Bélanger, Projet MÛ explores different forms of contemporary theatre. The company’s goal is encapsulated in its name (mû is the past participle of the French verb mouvoir, meaning “to move”) to create movement, unsettle its audiences and become a force for change. Projet MÛ is centred around its interactions with the public. Talking to children and teenagers is a formidable challenge: watching them discover theatre and learn its codes (all the better to defy them!) is a source of great joy.
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