3-Legged Tale by Theatre de l’oeil[Jul.12-13]
2014-June-4 Source: Newsgd.com
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Performance Time:2014/7/12-13 (Sat.-Sun.) 15:00 19:30

Performance Venue:Experimental Theatre, Guangzhou Opera House

Price:80 180 280VIP

 

At the heart of the forest, a squirrel digs in the garbage and finds a camera on a tripod. It just takes a butterfly alighting inside the camera body for it to spring suddenly to life. A three-legged cyclops that is both a microscope and a telescope, Camera discovers with its new eye an environment in movement.

At the heart of the forest, we come across all kinds of creatures: a pilfering squirrel, an old ailing bear, a Grandmother of Nature full of wisdom and possibilities, butterflies, a young Doe with gentle eyes, an ant who travels by balloon, and baby birds…

3-Legged Tale is a story without words, a poetic reflection on the cycle of life, of time that passes and that changes us, on life which is in constant rebirth, like grass that grows again after a field fire or flowers that appear after the snow.

Founded in Montreal in 1973, Théâtre de l'Œil is dedicated to the creation and performance of puppet shows. Both entertaining and full of meaning, its productions bear witness to the company's spirit of innovation and the conviction that visual language can touch an audience and stir the imagination.

 

Editor: Jecey
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