L’homme qui marche
Teatru Malta & Image Aiguë
Theatre / French with English translation/ Ħamrun Secondary School
Duration 60 mins

Friday 23rd November, 5:30pm

L’Homme qui marche (the walking man) is a physical theatre piece, that encourages dialogue with children and provokes them to analyse and reflect upon our intriguing contemporary world. Performed by two actors under the direction of Christiane Véricel, the hour long show is based on four stories that deal with humour, sharing and organizing this chaotic society that we have come to form part of, with the aim of encouraging younger audiences to go beyond their comfort zones and challenge existing global boundaries in a fun and creative interactive environment!

L’Homme qui marche (Ir-raġel miexi) huwa xogħol ta’ teatru fiżiku li jinkoraġġixxi djalogu bejn it-tfal u tqanqal analiżi riflessiva dwar id-dinja kontemporanja.  Din ir-reċta ta’ siegħa, li tinvolvi żewġ atturi taħt id-direzzjoni ta’ Christiane Véricel, hija bbażata fuq erba’ stejjer umoristiċi li jippruvaw jagħmlu sens mis-soċjeta` kaotika li ngħixu fiha llum. Dan kollu bil-għan li jinkoraġġixxu udjenzi żgħażagħ jilqgħu u jaffrontaw l-isfidi tagħhom lil hinn minn dak li huma komdi bih f’amjent divertenti, kreattiv u interattiv.

Credits:  

Director: Christiane Véricel
Actress: Ayako Tomita
Actor: Frédéric Périgaud

Musician: Gérald Lapalus
Production Assistant: Victoria Paillard-Celerio
Producer: Nicolas Bertrand