Fri, June 28 Mon, July 1

La bulle 

from Ontario

Observe the quirky life of Pierrot living in his bubble tent in this inventive new outdoor theatre performance from CORPUS.
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Fri, June 28 Mon, July 1

La bulle 

from Ontario

Observe the quirky life of Pierrot living in his bubble tent in this inventive new outdoor theatre performance from CORPUS.

Performance

part of Canada Day Long Weekend

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About

La bulle, designed for any public outdoor space and fun for all ages, is the latest inventive theatre performance from CORPUS and a two-time Dora Mavor Awards winner. The “stage,” a one-of-a-kind bubble tent, offers audiences a glimpse into the world of its quirky inhabitant, Pierrot, living, dancing, miming and drawing as he tries to connect with the people around him. Audiences are encouraged to engage with the theatrical work, walking around the bubble tent and observing the daily creative rituals of its resident, asking the question: what is it like to live in a private space that is transparent to the public?  

Programmed in the evening in Canada Square, the second half of the show will unfold in the darkness of the night and, with a bit of luck, in the moonlight under the stars.  

Please note, this performance is general admission. A limited amount of chairs are available as well as seating on the ground and audiences are encouraged to bring their own blanket. Seating will be on a first come, first served basis.

About CORPUS

Co-founded by Sylvie Bouchard and artistic director David Danzon, CORPUS is a Francophone dance/theatre company based in Toronto, known for its precise and surrealist humour that combines movement with theatrical imagery.

The company is celebrating its 27th anniversary, highlighting a history of over 2,550 performances in 35 countries, for more than half a million spectators. During the past two and a half decades, CORPUS has taken its artistic activities to major cities and remote communities throughout Canada and abroad, including some of the world’s most prestigious theatres and festivals that celebrate creativity in all its forms.

Photo by Robert Deleskie.

Dates & Times

Fri, June 28
9:00pm 10:00pm
Sat, June 29
9:00pm 10:00pm
Sun, June 30
9:00pm 10:00pm
Mon, July 1
9:00pm 10:00pm

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