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The Sea

FOULE Théâtre
Asian Premiere
Age: 3+| Duration: 40 mins| Non-verbal

A smaller world with a journey of adventure and friendship.

The sea, the dwarf, the garden. Wordless theatre and visual theatre too, this time for toddlers. La Mer (The Sea) invites itself into the garden of the life-size dwarf, who bears an uncanny resemblance to Philippe Léonard. Is it he who has shrunk or the place that has grown? He seems to ask himself in the middle of the wild grasses or at the wheel of his wheelbarrow. The young audience will follow him in this chronicle of the present day, sharing and discovery between the dwarf and a sometimes invasive rat that comes to steal his giant-sized nut. Then, a seashell passes by and deposits the sound of the surf in the hollow of the ear of the companions who wade in their boots, hide in the terracotta pot, learn to know each other and never leave each other after a rather stormy start and a half shipwreck aboard a punctured tyre.

A new sensory creation from Foule Théâtre that flies by. Children will see an adult world and story from a child's point of view, and everyone will be surprised by the play of contrasts and perspectives before being lulled by the poetry of the moment and the imagination that should lead us all to the Promised Sea.

A message from the artists:

"What better way, with children or even just between adults, to spend some time by the sea? The Foule Théâtre is delighted to bring La Mer to Japan. You will have the pleasure of discovering our humour through a storm, and the friendship that can grow out of a garden."



N5 Okinawa Women's Federation Center 3F

(3-1) Mon 22nd July 13:00

(3-2) Wed 24th July 11:00

(3-3) Thur 25th July 15:00

Doors open: 15 mins before the show starts.



Supported by:

ricca ricca festa international TYA theater for young audiences children japan asia

Subsidy for the Promotion of Culture and the Arts by the Agency for Cultural Affairs (Comprehensive Support Program for Performing Arts (International Art Exchange)) through the Japan Arts Council