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Dinosaurs Can’t Read


Struggling through family feuds and overwhelmed with school work, Tom escapes to his imagination where an extraordinary future awaits. Escorted by a dinosaur skeleton and many unusual little characters, he discovers, to his astonishment, various stages of his adult life.

An adventure of excessive proportions that offers a moving and funny experience full of twists and turns.


“… The impressive nature of the puppets. They are grandiose and magnificent.”
– La Tribune

“Dinosaurs Can’t Read is moving, makes you smile and dream… The storyline will surely bring families closer together.”
– La Voix de l’Est

“True to its habits, Upton’s Théâtre de la Dame de Cœur delivers a performance that combines dreams and technology with its new production Dinosaurs Can’t Read.”
– Marie-France-Lou Lemay, La Voix de l’Est

“Dinosaurs Can’t Read, the TDC’s new production, exhibits the eternal quest for originality and excessiveness.”
– Sylvie St-Jacques, La Presse

    Détails sur le spectacle

  • Présenté en 2007-2008 avec une moyenne de 103% d'assistance !
  • Année de présentation : 2007-2008
  • Dialogue - Auteur : Marilyn Perreault
  • Scénarisation - Auteur : Richard Blackburn, René Charbonneau, Yves Simard
  • Direction artistique : Richard Blackburn
  • Direction de production : René Charbonneau