Returning after a sold-out premiere at the 2018 WeeFestival, TWEET TWEET! is a feast for the eyes and ears. Two little birds asleep in their nests high in a magical tree awake and discover each other and a wondrous world around them. An aerial arts and circus creation for young children performed in an intimate forest-like setting. (Tweet Tweet! is performed without words).
On May 19 at 14h (2:00pm) Tweet Tweet! will have Audio Description available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions/requests.
**Please note, for Tweet Tweet you can purchase 1 $25 Bundle for a Child & Caregiver. Individual tickets are $15.**
Produced by: Femmes du Feu
Created & choreographed by:Lindsay Goodtimes, Holly Treddenick & Monica Dottor
Birdwatcher: Weston Horvath
Performed by: Lindsay Goodtimes and Holly Treddenick
Directed by: Monica Dottor
Apparatus Creation: Upstage Fabrication Inc
Set Design: Kelsey Carriere
Sound Design: Monica Dottor
Costume: Tanis Sydney McArthur
Audio Description: Kat Germain
Tweet Tweet! was developed with the support of the WeeFestival and Theatre Direct and premiered in the 2018 WeeFestival.
May 17 at 10h00
May 18 at 11h00
May 18 at 16h00
May 19 at 11h00
May 19 at 14h00
May 20 at 11h00
May 20 at 9h30
About Femmes de Feu
Femmes du Feu is a project operating company founded in 2003. Since 2007, Femmes du Feu have been actively creating and presenting aerial circus works, researching innovative ways to combine their contemporary dance and choreographic backgrounds with their aerial circus skills. This has included exploring apparatuses such as a bungee in Impossibility (2007), silks in Dive (2009) and trapeze in Tiffany (2010). More recently, Femmes du Feu has invented apparatuses specific to their artistic needs such as the anchor, rope or pole as in The Plank (2010). Femmes du Feu have presented their work at various events including At The Wrecking Ball (2007), The Toronto International Circus Festival (2008), and Hysteria Festival (2009), The London/ Toronto/ Winnipeg Fringe Festivals (2009 & 2010).