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Qui a peur du loup ? is a creation that questions the power of the imagination and the senses, the power of stories. This text written by Christophe Pellet addresses the themes of the imagination, war, love and abandonment. Dimitri faces the abandonment of his parents in the context of the end of the war. His mother went to France to work, his father continued the war elsewhere. Alone, Dimitri takes his skateboard with him, which he considers a friend. Surrounded by two women – Livia the neighbour who could be considered his guardian and Flora his friend who helps him find his freedom – he tries to cross the forest, in the land of the wolves. The two children get caught up in the game of metamorphosis. In the little boy, the complaint will rise of the only being capable of crossing the forest. 
To what realities does the game lead? 
Will this initiation find a favorable outcome? 
Will the young man not be overtaken by reality?
This fantastic tale highlights the strength of children's friendships and their ability to build an imaginary world as an escape from reality.
A hybrid theater mixing sound and choreographic scores to strengthen the imagination. How to give a poetic value to this modern tale?

A text written by Christophe Pellet - Edition L'Arche 2010 - Qui a peur du loup ? by Christophe Pellet is published and represented by L'ARCHE – publisher & theatrical agency.
Staging, scenography and costumes - Julie Crantelle​, With - Theo Majcher, Morgane Pommier, Julie Crantelle, Set construction - Valentin Cheneval​
Supporters and partners: DRAC Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, Community of communes of the Green Valley, MJC Spaces - Evian-Les-Bains, Le Plato


October 8, 2021
Jean-Marie Molliet College - Boëge, France

March 2 and 3, 2022
Ethic Etapes Côté Lac - Evian, France

November 10, 2022
MJC Victor Hugo social center - Annecy, France

March 21, 2023
Jean-Marie Molliet College - Boëge, France

This project was the subject of a partnership for the 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 school year with the Jean-Marie Molliet college in Boëge (74) as part of the SIEL system (Support for Local Educational Initiatives of colleges) set up by the department of Haute-Savoie.
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