| photo as it appears in poster adn program|
by Lence Andonova
One little girl though form the get-go did in a way far more magical than the lead actor. She stole the show. Sadly, this 1 p.m. May 12th, Sunday performance on Mother’s Day showcased a non-dynamic performance that could have been so interactive with the audience. It as a wasted opportunity for the little ones, and they soon got very restless. I loved the wooden carvings and the colourful pieces at different stations, but a performance for children must include them. Listed for ages 2 to 4, I felt that a two-year-old would have started crying either dying to go up and play with the pieces or get out of hall. Emmanuelle Lizère was the lead actor and played cello. Elham Manouchehri on tar with her own vocals in Farsi was compelling. Philippe Leroux was the visual artist, and Lenche Andonova was in change of direction and installation.