Theatre Sans Frontieres - Le Moulin Magique rehearsals - Meet Le Génie
In this scene Le Génie (The Demon) is revealed to Jean-Pierre and Claudine; a frightful chase takes place.
Cast in scene: John Cobb (Jean-Pierre), Isabelle Schoelcher (Claudine) and Aron De Casmaker (Le Génie)
Le Genie played by Aaron De Casmaker
Jean-Pierre played by John Cobb
Claudine played by Isabelle Schoelcher
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Canary Gold Trailer
Théâtre Sans Frontières and Teatro Tamaska present Canary Gold - Pirates, wine and intrigue! The show first toured the UK early 2013 before going on to the Canary Islands in April. It's now appearing in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 at CVenues 34, Chambers Street, Edinburgh. 14-26 August, 12.10pm. Performed by an international cast in English, Spanish and French with surtitles
Theatre Sans Frontieres - Caribbean Tales School Project
More than 80 children worked with TSF over a five week period exploring different aspects of the French language stories from the Caribbean through drama, music, art and French. This work led to the development of TSF's school show - Les Aventures de Lapin.
TSF - Wine Trade: True or False?
A subtract from the interview with David Whetstone about the falsification of wine.
TSF - Canary Gold Interview with The Journal - http://youtu.be/myrQkPxLuiU
TSF - Canary Gold Rehearsal
Opening scenes of Canary Gold, the new production is a collaboration between Hexham based Theatre Sans Frontieres and Tenerife based Teatro Tamaska.
Lots of sea shanties and superb singing. Clip ends with the director and cast's photoshoot.
TSF - Canary Gold Interview with The Journal
David Whetstone, Newcastle Journal, interviewing Carlos Belda, director of Canary Gold. This new production is a collaboration between Hexham based Theatre Sans Frontieres and Tenerife based Teatro Tamaska.
Le Moulin Magique
Excerpts from Le Moulin Magique, TSF's adaptation of Breton folk tales told in simple French. The Mill does not turn. The Land is barren. The dastardly landlord demands rent. Jean-Pierre, the poor miller, appeals to the Wind and the Rain for help. A fantastical journey, strange weather, magic and mischief ensue. A fable for our times of resilience and generosity overcoming greed and the bad guy getting his just desserts! Very visual with lots of comedy and live music. Suitable for children aged 8-12 years, their families, friends, teachers and anyone just learning French. Makes a great family show!