Feb 3, 2023

by Marketing & Publicity Manager
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An Object Theatre piece showcasing masterful table-top puppetry and storytelling.

February 3, 2023
9:30 AM and 11:30 AM

Tickets: $12.50

En route to her family vacation, Clémentine suddenly learns that her parents are no longer in love. The word “divorce” hurts to hear. She promises herself to do everything she can to prevent it. But does a little girl really get to decide her parents’ story?

Navigating episodes of her everyday life throughout the seasons, with the help of her little sister Laura, Clémentine tames her sadness and finds the strength to mourn the image she had of the “fairy tale family”.


New this year, we have a learning in place option for our theatre shows. Come spend a full day at Presentation House. You will have use of one of our studios to be your classroom for the day, and you can join the PHT scavenger hunt to learn more about the history of North Vancouver and the PHT building. Please mention that you are interested in the learning in place option when you book your show. Note that there is an additional fee for learning in place.

Written and Created by Anaïs Pellin with the collaboration of the actors
Produced by Kleine Compagnie and Théâtre de la Pire Espèce

Written and Created by Anaïs Pellin with the collaboration of the actors

Translator  |  Leanna Brodie

External eye for the English version  |  Emilie Leclerc

Cast |  Anaïs Pellin and Anne-Marie Levasseur

Set Design and Object Collaboration  |  Julie Vallée-Léger

Staging Advisor and Dramaturg  |  Francis Monty

Collaborators to the Scenic Writing  |  Francis Monty and Julie Vallée-Léger

Friday, February 3, 2023
9:30 AM and 11:30 AM

Download the teacher study guide for Clementine here

IMPORTANT ADVISORY: Audiences are advised that Presentation House Theatre respects and follows all Public Health Guidelines and masking is optional but recommended in our spaces.

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