Rediscovering the "spirit of childhood," the strong emotions of fear, joy, pleasure, emotions that leave indelible traces. The "child's heart" of which the writer Christian Bobin speaks never stops beating in us, if we give it a place in our adult lives. Loosely based on the tale of the Pied Piper by the Brothers Grimm, choreographer Béatrice Massin presents an emotional performance by twelve dancers for young audiences.
A village and a flute player with a magical effect. Everything changes when he plays, his music has an extraordinary power over people and architecture. This solitary magician appears out of nowhere and disappears. Each audience member's imagination is engaged as our dreams fill with images that cannot be put in words, because everything in dance is suggested, expressed and felt through the body.