Three doors, three chairs, three wooden boards...
One light bulb...
In this timeless setting, the very different worlds of three clowns will collide. Gradually forgetting their own individuality, they build rapport around what they hold most dear: their playfulness, their ‘joie de vivre’ and an uncontrollable imagination.
Struggling with their own silliness and enthusiasm, which sometimes prevent them from seeing further than the tips of their toes, they meet, size each other up, experience some friction and create new bonds based on their unique abilities. For one of them, it is the flexibility of her body; for another, it is the tessitura of her voice; and finally, for the last one, it is the sheer excess of her constructions.
Through various scenes forged with humor and flair, this performance examines the topic of human relationships. It inspires playfulness, joy, and—most of all—lots of laughter, as these three clowns have a few tricks up their sleeves.
Original idea and director : Christine Rossignol
Clown coaching : Michel Dallaire
Authors and performers : Elizabeth Gaumond, Dominique Grenier, Marie-Michèle Pharand
Scenography : Huguette Lauzé and Josette Déchène
Original music : Fabrice Tremblay
Lighting : Émilie Vachon
5-12 years or Family show
4 people touring
Auditorium max: 400
Gym max : 300
Set up : 4 h
Strike : 2h
Thanks to all the team of Diffusion Culturelle de Lévis during the creation