- Directed by Marc-André Charron
- Dramaturg Lisa L’Heureux
- Produced by Satellite Théâtre (Moncton, NB) In association with Pupulus Mordicus (QC), Cirque-Théâtre des Bouts du Monde (QC) and Grafted Cede (UK)
In the face of the absurdity of the carnage and the irrepressible desire to give up when everything is bruised and broken, what remains?
What can we survive? What are the limits of human resilience?
In an attempt to answer these questions, Les limites du bruit possible probes[GC1] the human heart for answers. How and why does that heart survive? Why, in spite of everything, does it seek the light?
Nine performers deliver a series of fragmented narratives without words, in which the concrete, the tribal and the ghostly converge and collide in a theatre of images and movement unique to Satellite Théâtre.
After the success of Mouving, Bouffe, Les trois mousquetaires plomberie and Comme un seul Grům, Satellite Théâtre returns to Zones Théâtrales with its latest creation. Les limites du bruit possible is a hybrid show that combines physical theatre, mask work, dance, acrobatics and puppetry. A language-free experience that speaks to everyone.
[GC1]Je me demande si on ne devrait pas mettre la traduction du titre entre parenthèses comme c’était le cas pour la fille du facteur