What are you looking at? I’m looking at the stars falling!
Stars don’t fall! They do, they do.
Are you sure?
Stars fall... and wishes come true!
A star falls and something is created.
Something falls... something is created.
Everybody falls, even the stars.
Some things fall down lightly... some things fall down heavily.
Things fall down... but they can’t fall up.
You can throw a ball upwards, but it always falls downwards.
Throw a ball or a stone upwards.
Throw them towards the sky, the clouds, the stars.
The stars... maybe they are balls thrown upwards that have never fallen down.
“And then… they fall!” is about discovering the world that surrounds us, combining real experiences with imagination.
Simple words come along with the actors’ action, looking for a unity of image made of lights sounds and movements.
The show can be performed in schools, but darkness is needed, as well as a free area of at least 6x8 metres.