How I learned to talk with birds

Miss Mouche is terribly awkward with humans, so she prefers to talk to her friends the birds.

She has always wanted to fly, and in preparation is now following a training regimen at the gym. Between migration, courtship, and even some animated pink flamingos, we become fond of Miss Mouche, who is not afraid to mimic and tap-dance to communicate her passion for her little winged friends.

D. Kimm is a great storyteller who excels at connecting with the public. The projected images provide this sweet, poetic show with a sense of visual splendor. The performance focuses on interpersonal differences and communication difficulties.

Creation team

  • Concept, text & interpretation D. Kimm
  • Music Guido Del Fabbro
  • Lighting Lucie Bazzo
  • Video projections Allison Moore
  • Video scenography Jimmy Lakatos/Artificiel
  • Robotics Alexandre Burton/Artificiel
  • Œil intérieur Jasmine Dubé
  • Stage direction & drama counsel Yves Dagenais | Simon Boulerice
  • Costumes & accessories Maude Audet | Erica Schmitz | Nicole Villiger | Catherine Fournier-Poirier

* Debuting in French, Montréal, November 2016 as part of the Festival Les Coups de théâtre. The show will be available in English and Spanish in 2017. Duration: 45 minutes. Target audience: children between 5-8 years old.

Agent: Denis Bergeron

Photo: Caroline Hayeur
Photo: Caroline Hayeur
Photo: Caroline Hayeur
Photo: Caroline Hayeur
Photo: Caroline Hayeur
Photo: Caroline Hayeur
Photo: Caroline Hayeur
Photo: Caroline Hayeur