Philippe Noireaut et Loïc Stafford
All animals have the right to holidays, provided they are painfully short and exhausting!
No one should be attached to a master, except if instigated by the master in charge!
All, without any distinction of language, race, size, consistency, all are born, even during holidays!
Considering that birth is always the ideal opportunity to celebrate meat and its derivatives, no one will be authorized to embark on rambunctious rebellions, nor to cry sarcastically around a steak, except if instigated by the master in charge!
Considering that masters and subordinates are both animals of habit, or that habit makes the monk;
considering that a turtle and a rabbit can both arrive at the same time in front of a cup of tea; considering that the cup of tea is not always full... no one will be arrested, detained, nor stripped of hair, except if otherwise instigated by habit!
Imagine an unleashed tea party, invaded by the smell of an unattainable steak. The performers inhabit characters called tartarughe (turtles in Italian). "Lento", they repeat constantly, frightened, playful, defiant, fragile, naïf, lazy, enraged... "Lento"
Costumes: Lina Cruz; Éclairages: Christophe Nicolas; Musique: Philippe Noireaut; Son: Bernard Slobodian.
La création de cette oeuvre est rendue possible grâce au soutien du Conseil des arts et des lettres du Qébec, du Conseil des arts du Canada et du Conseil des arts de Montréal.
Ce spectacle est une coproduction de Productions Fila 13 avec l'Agora de la danse.
The creation of this work was made possible thanks to the support of Le Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Canada Council for the Arts and Le Conseil des arts de Montréal.
This work is a coproduction of Fila 13 Productions and Agora de la danse.