In co-production with Boréades de Montréal
Springtime. Pauline hangs her sheet on the clothesline. When the wind sweeps into the sheet, Pauline grabs hold of it and then locks herself away in her closet. The wind plays the flute while Pauline plays the violin. They make music together and reinvent the four seasons, playing games with the clothes and having fun. A gust of wind brings life back to motionless objects, flips the pages of a romance novel and stirs up a storm of coats. As a result, a whole new world, sensual and exhilarating, opens up. In it, words, images and sounds call up in delicate strokes the season of childhood with all its fears and great promises.
A STUDY GUIDE with musical excerpts on CD is available for teachers interested in preparing children for the performance.
Upon request, cultural mediation workshops are given in schools in the two weeks preceding a performance. This special contact with the performers and designers helps children improve their appreciation of the production.