Le petit capuchon rouge

Piano Nobile de la Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier January 28, 2024

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An intimate maritime story, inspired by Perrault’s fairy tale 

Le petit Capuchon rouge tells the story of Clotilde, a young girl whose grandmother gives her a very special gift: a goldfish she names Capuchon. Swimming around in his fishbowl, Capuchon dreams of the sea… One day, fortune smiles upon him and—Ploof!—he dives into the ocean where he discovers undersea treasures. He also meets several other fish: cods, capelans, and sturgeons. Then suddenly, a very strange fish shows up… a sea bass… 

A story inspired by the book of the same name published by Éditions du Raton laveur in 1992 and reissued by Bayard. 


  • Venue : Piano Nobile de la Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
  • Producer / Presenter : Place des Arts
  • Seats : general admission
  • Language : French
  • Ages : 3 to 6
  • Duration : 30 minutes
  • Creation : Théâtre Bouches Décousues
  • Text and Stage Direction : Jasmine Dubé | Performers : Jasmine Dubé, Christophe Papadimitriou | Music : Jasmine Dubé and Christophe Papadimitriou | Book : Les éditions du Raton Laveur
  • Shows in the Place des Arts junior series are made possible through : the financial support of the Fondation de la Place des Arts.
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