La Bulle offers a theatrical setting where there is nowhere to hide: an absurd situation, fully exploited by a lucid and lunar Pierrot. Through mime, dance, text, even drawing, he tries to connect with his audience.
La Bulle offers a theatrical setting where there is nowhere to hide: an absurd situation, fully exploited by a lucid and lunar Pierrot. Through mime, dance, text, even drawing, he tries to connect with his audience. Dressed in the archetypal black and white costume and make-up, he manages to create bonds, alas all ephemeral, with those who are willing to give him a little time. He embraces solitude whole-heartedly, and swims freely like a fish in water in the realm of dreams. Poetry and humor are always at his side, true to CORPUS’ vocation. Conceived long before COVID, the show was already exploring the theme of social distancing before it became a concern for all. This new work also speaks of an equally contemporary paradox: private space in full transparency.
Sponsored by RYLEE Wallace
Canada’s CORPUS (2015 WOW Festival’s A Flock of Flyers) is known for its precise and surrealist humour that combines movement with theatrical imagery. CORPUS’ unique and engaging performances are presented in both traditional and unusual locations for large and diverse audiences.
THU: 8:00 pm
FRI: 8:00 pm
SAT: 8:00 pm
SUN: 8:00 pm
Approx. Run Time
ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station – MAP
Dress warmly for evening. Outdoor seating not guaranteed. Personal chairs and blankets encouraged.
All ages. Non-verbal performance.
Free events are open entry.