A dancer sculpts bubble bath to create fragile masses, landscapes and ephemeral characters.

ŻiguŻajg Festival
2 years +

Dance theatre

30 mins

Non-verbal

Floriana Primary School
(Venue is not wheelchair accessible)

Friday 15 November, 5:30pm
Saturday 16 November, 11:30am (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 16 November, 5:30pm
Sunday 17 November, 11:30am (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 17 November, 5:30pm

There’s a man taking a bath.
No, he’s a dancer who is sculpting clouds.
No, it’s a cloud cradling a dancer in its arms.
No, it’s a man creating landscapes in order to disappear into them.
No, it’s something else entirely.

A dancer sculpts bubble bath to create fragile masses, landscapes and ephemeral characters.

Imagined for very young audiences and the adults accompanying them, The Little Bath is a creation based on bubble bath – recognisable and familiar to a child – that can become a playing field for the imagination.

Hemm raġel qed jieħu banju.
Le, dak żeffien qed inaqqax fis-sħab.
Le, dik sħaba qed tbennen żeffien f’riġlejha.
Le, dak raġel li qed joħloq il-pajsaġġi biex jisparixxi ġo fihom.
Le, dik xi ħaġa kompletament differenti.

Żeffien jagħmel skulturi fis-sapun tal-banju biex joħloq massa fraġli, pajsaġġi u karattri temporanji.

Maħsuba għal udjenzi ċkejknin ħafna u għall-adulti li jakkumpanjawhom, The Little Bath hija kreazzjoni bbażata fuq is-sapun tal-banju – ħaġa li tintgħaraf u li hija familjari għat-tfal – li fiha l-immaġinazzjoni tista’ timraħ.

Théâtre de Romette

Concept and direction: Johanny Bert
Artistic collaboration: Yan Raballand
Performer: Samuel Watts
Choregraphic assistant: Christine Caradec
Lighting design and technical director: Gilles Richard
Sound design and engineer: Simon Muller
Engineers: Bertrand Pallier, Marc De Frutos, Véronique Guidevaux, Jean-Baptiste de Tonquedec, Emilie Tramier
Plastician: Judith Dubois
Costumes: Pétronille Salomé
Set design: Aurélie Thomas
Set construction: Fabrice Coudert assisted by Eui-Suk Cho
Booklet commissions: Alexandra Lazarescou, Marie Nimier, Thomas Gornet
Administration, production, touring: Mathieu Hilléreau, Théâtre de Romette