Behind a pair of thick, round glasses hides Globule, a discreet little boy who is often "in the moon" and lives alone with his father.
When Globule takes them off, the world becomes a blur. He can then have fun transforming it by inventing absurd, funny, touching and sometimes frightening stories, and he loves it!

But his father doesn't give him the time. Waking up, going to school, going home, running, galloping, hurrying... that's how it is with Dad, you don't dawdle.

So to stay in the blurred world in which he feels comfortable, Globule has fun taking off his glasses in his daily timetable, at the risk of disconnecting himself from reality.

A sensitive and quirky show, with shadows and projected images, for young and old from 3 years upwards.

For all ages 3 and up
Capacity: 90 spectators (general public and schools)
Durée du spectacle : : 35 mn plus 10mn installation du public – 2 séances par jour maximum

Original idea, production of images, puppets and acting

Magali Esteban

Support in writing the script, producing the stop-motion animation and providing an outside perspective

Isabelle Ployet

Lighting design and animated videos

Erwan Costadau

Sound design and sound effects

Thomas Fiancette

Design and construction of structure, set and illustrations.

Pierre-Adrien Lecerf

Set construction

Pierre Pailles

Stop-motion animation

Nicolas Lemee

Photos and graphic design of communication materials.

Frédérick Lejeune

Production management, stage management and setting up tours.

Hervé Billerit

Artistic support

Marina Montefusco


Le Volcan Scène Nationale du Havre, Festival Marionnettissimo and La Cigalière in Sérignan


Ministère de la Culture DRAC Occitanie, Région Occitanie, Ville de Toulouse, Ville de Sérignan and Ville de Venerque.


City of Toulouse, Departmental Council of Haute Garonne.

Residence and pre-purchase

La Cigalière in Sérignan, Scène Nationale du Havre, Festival Marionnettissimo, Scène conventionnée le Périscope in Nîmes, Scène Nationale d'Alès, Espace

14 May 2024: LAVELANET


30 and 31 May 2024: ST JUST ST RAMBERT

La Passerelle

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