A heart adrift
A maritime set, beautiful projections of deep-sea fishing, an endearing woman waiting for the arrival of a baby and a husband: this is an ideal work for very young audiences. We settle on the theatrical shore ... we savour the moment.
Smooth and round as a stone polished by the roll of the waves, this show revels in time and slowness. A pregnant woman patiently awaits the return of her fisher husband. We accompany her in her routine, her everyday gestures and the simplicity of loving silently. The cries of seagulls mingle with those of toddlers amazed by the many ingenious visuals concocted by Les Incomplètes, long-time friends of the NAC. The stage becomes a raft on which our viewer-hearts voyage to the rhythm of the wind and waves.
Depending on public health guidelines, this performance will be presented at the NAC.
The performance is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes with no intermission.
Performance is approximately 30 minutes with no intermission.