NOAH, A CHILD WITH A PASSION FOR THE TROPICS AND ITS WILDLIFE, LIVES WITH HIS CHEERFUL ACCOMPLICE, A PARAKEET NAMED COEUR-COQUIN, AND HIS MOTHER AND FATHER…WHO ARGUE A LOT. One Halloween morning, Coeur-Coquin escapes. Noah is shocked by the sudden departure of his friend and finds himself alone, in a world seemingly unfazed by his personal loss. Sad, angry, Noah can only think of one thing: to find Coeur-Coquin and put some colour back into his life. Suddenly, his room turns into a peculiar jungle; one he’ll need to tame if he wants to locate his lost friend. In this mystical journey, our hero meets strange, disturbing and inspiring characters who accompany him on his quest. A fabulous adventure reminding us that painful ordeals can sometimes lead to transformative change.
French Only. No Surtitles.
Playwright: Virginie Beauregard-Dyotte
Direction: Simon Boudreault
Set and Puppet Design: Ève-Lyne Dallaire
Sound Environment: Michel F. Côté
Lighting Design: Myriane Lemaire
Themes: mourning, imagination, courage
- Theatre: introduction to dramatic art; stimulating the imagination
- French: comprehension and reaction; language development
- Social Studies: Heritage and Identity; community and environment
- Health: social-emotional learning