TREE: A World in Itself

13 Apr (0:00)
- 20 Apr (0:00)
Tree: A World In Itself
TREE: A World in Itself

⌚️ –
🏢Lincoln Center Rose Building

To make the arts more accessible, tickets are available on a Choose-What-You-Pay basis. There is a suggested ticket price of $5.00.

General Admission Only. All events have flexible seating to accommodate guests in standard chairs, on the floor or in wheelchair locations. If you have any specific seating requests, please reach out to [email protected]. Maximum (4) Tickets Per Group.

TREE: A World in Itself is a multi-sensory, interactive universe enveloped in soft light, music, and silence, where five characters continually adapt to meet the needs of their audience. In an intimate and welcoming atmosphere, the performance offers a ratio of one performing artist per child to facilitate numerous personalized interactions with audience members. Would you like to experience the magical world of trees and feel the cool morning mist? Settle into mama bird’s cozy nest while she warms her luminous clutch of eggs. Plants, insects, and animals visit, accompanied by gentle melodies and rhythmic music. As evening falls, you’ll rest under a rising moon, stars, and shimmering Milky Way, gathering strength to spread your wings like a fledgling bird of light.

Motus’ TREE: A World in Itself, was created for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and adapted for children with intellectual disabilities and/or reduced mobility.

Original idea and stage direction: Hélène Ducharme
Assistant stage direction: Danaëlle Ducharme-Massé
Artistic assistant and puppets: Marie-Claude Labrecque
Music: Julie Labrecque and Hugo Monroy Najera
Scenography: Normand Blais
Costumes: Érica Schmitz
Lighting and technical direction: Valérie Bourque
Production management: Valérie Bourque
Creative team: Salim Hammad, Paola Huitrón, Marie-Claude Labrecque and Hugo Monroy Najera
Supported by: Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Longueuil Council for the Arts, Petits Bonheurs, and The Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF)
Lincoln Center seeks to create a more inclusive experience for audiences by providing a range of accommodations for all performances, no request necessary.


More interesting events: