Street theatre for children

Amarelinha is an in situ play that takes place behind your house, in your alley. It’s about life, all of life, from birth to death.

The theatre is set around hopscotch, which dictates the unfolding of the play thanks to the puck thrown by the players, each of its squares a different stage of life, from earth to heaven.

Its protagonists are actors, dancers and musicians. To tell the story, they play hopscotch, Statues, with a ball, or The Conquest of the Castle.

Behind it, the performance leaves an alleyway transformed by the game, chalk drawn scenery, laughter and tears filling the balconies.

text – direction | Simon Fournier

assistant director – choreographer | Sandy Bessette

creators – performers | Mélanie Cullin – Solo Fugère – Jonathan Hardy – Marilyn Perreault – Xavier Malo

costumes | Sarah Dubé

scenography | La marche du crabe – Daniel Bennett

Our partners

Canada Council for the Arts

Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec

Conseil des Arts de Montréal

Maison de la culture Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie

Festival Petits bonheurs

In situ
Scénographie urbaine