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FAMILY WORKSHOPS

PRACTICE AND DISCOVERY WITH THE SEASON'S ARTISTS


Six events for children accompanied by an adult member of their family.

FAMILY WORKSHOPS are an opportunity to share and explore the world of the season's shows with the artists.

→ Open to ticket holders for the corresponding show
→ 15 participants per workshop
→ Single rate per session / €6

NEWS
Lou Rachmuhl
lourachmuhl@tjp-strasbourg.com
06 13 30 91 53

ware-mono

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Led by Noémie Ettlin
In connection with the show
Waré Mono 
From age 6

2 to 4 p.m.
Main stage

Using gold to repair a damaged object, an art the Japanese call kintsugi. In our own way, using our bodies, their stories and gold tape, we'll try to use dance to heal our wounds and transform the space that connects us to others.

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aux-commencements

TUESDAY, JANUARY 23

Led by Marvin Clech
In connection with the show In the beginning
From age 3

5 to 6 p.m.
Petite Scène

In the depths of the world, we'll use sound to discover the four elements: earth, fire, water and air. Based on these imaginary elements, we'll set our bodies in motion to the rhythm of what makes up everything: vibration.

Book
ma-creature

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4

Led by Chiharu Mamiya
In connection with the show My_Creature
From age 6

10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Main stage

We'll be exploring MA, the Japanese concept of the space between things, words and thoughts. Through movement and playful experimentation, we'll search for our land of freedom and harmony, even if it means disobeying... 

Book
le-bal-marionnettique

SATURDAY, MARCH 23

Led by a puppeteer from the Angels on the ceiling
In preparation for the Puppet ball
From age 10

3 to 6 p.m.
PréO Scène

You don't have to be a dancer or puppeteer to take part in this festive workshop. Together, we'll learn the grammar of puppet manipulation, bring puppets to life, and become colorful skirt-walkers for the next day's ball.

Book
terrier

SUNDAY, MARCH 24

Led by Émilie Flacher
In connection with the show /T(e)r:::r/ie:::r
From age 7

2 to 4 p.m.
Petite Scène

We'll experiment with different ways of putting animal puppets into play, based on observation of their behavior. We'll try to get closer to and feel what an animal is, working on what binds us together: emotions, senses, sensations.

Book
le-monde-a-lenvers

SUNDAY APRIL 21

Led by Adeline Fontaine
In connection with the show Le Monde à l'envers
From age 4

10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Petite Scène

Through dance, we'll explore a different way of talking to each other, creating joyful, inventive conversations of gesture! We'll get to know each other by delving into each other's imaginary worlds.

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