3rd year graduating show: Où vont les fleurs?
Où vont les fleurs ? ("where do the flowers go") presents a theatrical adventure inspired by the contemporary television series it revisits, references to which are at the tip of our remote control. Bracketed by a prologue and an epilogue, the show is divided into nine independent episodes. Each presents typical situations ranging from epic fight scenes, to romantic discord to improbable police drama plot twists. A circus allegory in which fiction becomes a mirror of a reality seen on the small screen. And possibly a reflection of what is happening near you.
Centre ring at Tohu, there are 15 disciplines to discover: swinging trapeze, juggling, Chinese pole, silks, hand-to-hand, unicycle, diabolo, dance trapeze, aerial hoops, smooth rope, Washington trapeze, balancing, Cyr and German wheels, and aerial straps. Tickets are on sale at the Tohu box office at prices affordable for families: from $14 for children and $23 for adults (all fees included).
Step into the creative process behind the show:
From May 29 to June 9, 2019 at TOHU
Assistant Director : Marie-Josée Gauthier
Sound Conception: Éric Forget
Lighting Design: Stéphane Ménigot
Scenography: Francis Farlay
Costume Design: Michael Slack
And also : Triptyque, the 2nd year students show
A 75-minute show of 3 short creations from June 3 to 8, 2019 at the National Circus School.
"The National Circus School’s end-of-year shows (…) are excellent examples of the level of quality found in the Montreal circus."
- La Presse