Petite Sorcière

Long Version (Ages 9 to 14)

© Julie Charland
A captivating mix of intrigue and shivers, this tale draws on the roots of Perrault and Grimm to imagine modern-day witches, bold and stubborn, just the way we like them. Bonus: Nini Bélanger has doubled the recipe—two shows from the same script!

Modern-day fable for cat in pastry and super-cunning witches

One script = two shows! That’s the crazy equation the intrepid Nini Bélanger and Pascal Brullemans have dared to attempt. Here’s the 4D version, for ages 9 and up, with four high-spirited performers, cats on plasma screens, and lots of plot twists.

There’s also the one-person version, for ages 5 and up, with clever visual and sound effects and an ebullient actress playing all the parts. (How on earth does she play the ogre?)

In both cases, the story is the same: Little Witch loses her mother, and a greedy ogre promises to watch over her … until one day the pact is broken. A celebration of cunning and resilience, this theatrical adventure has all the hallmarks of a young audience classic. Wouldn’t it be great to see both versions?

1 performance only!


Performance is approximately 60 minutes with no intermission.

© Julie Charland
© Marie-Andrée Lemire
© Marie-Andrée Lemire
© Marie-Andrée Lemire
© Marie-Andrée Lemire
© Marie-Andrée Lemire
© Marie-Andrée Lemire


  • With Catherine Allard, Dany Boudreault, Emmanuelle Lussier-Martinez et Gaétan Nadeau
  • Assistant Director Chloé Ekker
  • Sets and Props Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle
  • Lighting David-Alexandre Chabot
  • Sound Mathieu Doyon
  • Video Antonin Gougeon – HUB Studio
  • Costumes Marilène Bastien
  • Production Director Maude St-Pierre
  • Technical Director Jérémi Guilbault-Asselin
  • Produced by Projet MÛ