LA BOÎTE À OUTILS DE PYTHAGORE
The * indicates a premiere.
Legend has it that one day Pythagore was astonished by the sounds that blacksmiths made when they struck their pieces of metal: the sounds were rich, varied, sometimes harmonious, sometimes discordant. When he returned home, the Greek thinker hastened to explore sound and invent new instruments.
In this co-creation by Rachel Warr (Dotted Line Theatre) and Benjamin Oliver, performed by the musicians of Paramirabo, our hero, the modern-day Pythagore, invites children aged 3 to 12 (but also adults) to follow him in his surreal, amusing and even danceable experiments.
A production by Paramirabo co presented by Le Vivier, Bach Before Bedtime and Festival de Casteliers
Regular 20,50 $
Child 17,00 $
Child (group of more than 10 children) 15,00 $
Accompanist (group of more than 10 children) 0,00 $
1435 Rue de Bleury
Montréal QC H3A 2H7