The Little Bird Who Stayed For Winter

birdA dance-music circus theatre piece for children and their grown-ups about a little bird in a big city.

A Parisian street artist draws a bird and waits for it to sing.

The little bird hatches from the frame and comes alive, left behind as all her friends migrate for winter.

How will she survive alone in a city?

An uplifting story about making music, finding a friend, and learning how to fly. Inspired by the poetry of Jacques Prévert and his story How To Paint the portrait of a Bird.

 

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Director: Daphna Attias

Designer: Amy Jackson

Original Music Composition: Yaniv Fridel and Lemez Lovas

Aerial Acrobatics: Vicki Amedume

Lighting Design: Tom Webb

Production Manager: Faith Rowley

Stage Manager: Nadia Bobaly

Graphic Designer: Evie Fridel

Cast: Morag Cross, Charlie Hendren, Maya Politaki, Maxime Yelle

The Little Bird Who Stayed For Winter is a development of 2012 production Draw Me A Bird.

Original Draw Me a Bird Dramaturgy and writing by: Rachel Barnett

Original Lighting Design: James Whiteside

Originally Devised by Peut-Être Theatre, and Performed by: Igor Urzelai, Christian From, Isabelle Cressy and Maya Politaki