Presented within the framework of the International Puppet Festival in Nashville, Tennessee, the French theatre company Vélo Théâtre will dazzle young audiences with the puppet show “There’s a Rabbit in the Moon”.

One dark night far far away, Thomas Snout was born. Ever since he collects nights, capturing them with his bare hands, which is not an easy task as obscurity is black and dirty and leaves traces. It is also dangerous, as fears live in the night as fish live in the sea.

Directed by Francesca Bettini
young audience (4 to 9 years)
Length : 1 h

For more information, visit: nashvillepubliclibrary.org/puppetfestival/


Where: Nashville Public Library, Children’s Theatre (615 Church Street, Nashville, TN)
When: Friday, June 21 | 10am
           Saturday, June 22 | 3pm
           Sunday, June 23 | 11:30am

About the Cie Vélo Théâtre

Formed by Charlot Lemoine and Tania Castaing in Angers, France, in 1981, Vélo Theatre creates performances based on images with few or no words. Renowned for their efforts to incorporate spectators’ ideas, the puppeteers invite the audience into a relationship called Le Théâtre d’Objet or “Object Theater.”

Nashville Public Library 615 Church Street Nashville, TN

Cie Vélo Théâtre presents “There’s a Rabbit in the Moon”

When
June 21-23,2013
Where
Nashville Public Library
615 Church Street
Nashville, TN

Presented within the framework of the International Puppet Festival in Nashville, Tennessee, the French theatre company Vélo Théâtre will dazzle young audiences with the puppet show “There’s a Rabbit in the Moon”.

One dark night far far away, Thomas Snout was born. Ever since he collects nights, capturing them with his bare hands, which is not an easy task as obscurity is black and dirty and leaves traces. It is also dangerous, as fears live in the night as fish live in the sea.

Directed by Francesca Bettini
young audience (4 to 9 years)
Length : 1 h

For more information, visit: nashvillepubliclibrary.org/puppetfestival/


Where: Nashville Public Library, Children’s Theatre (615 Church Street, Nashville, TN)
When: Friday, June 21 | 10am
           Saturday, June 22 | 3pm
           Sunday, June 23 | 11:30am

About the Cie Vélo Théâtre

Formed by Charlot Lemoine and Tania Castaing in Angers, France, in 1981, Vélo Theatre creates performances based on images with few or no words. Renowned for their efforts to incorporate spectators’ ideas, the puppeteers invite the audience into a relationship called Le Théâtre d’Objet or “Object Theater.”

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