Representation worldwide

Philip plays an old employee in a theater where there will be a major international conference. While preparing the stage for this event, despite many blunders and incidents of all kinds, he is constantly distracted from his task, attracted by the only thing that interests him: playing. Playing in a theater, playing at beeing a guest speaker, playing with a diabolo, playing the video producer; for the fun of playing.

Will someone finally discover his many talents ? Hopefully!

Philippe Trépanier is a circus artist and graduate of the notorious Montreal National Circus School in 2003. After several years touring with the equestrian show Cavalia as a hand-to-hand acrobat, he decided to reorient his career towards the art of clowning which he has been practicing for several years. In 2011, he joined Cirque du Soleil on Zarkana in New York City.

Yves Dagenais, actor, director and clown (under the name of Omer Veilleux), has traveled the world for more than 20 years with his solo shows, and is mostly known for his 16 years of performing in the acclaimed children’s play Story of Teeka , by the Théâtre Des Deux Mondes. He teaches clowning at the Montreal National Circus School, and at the École de l’humour, and Comic Construction for the playrights program, at the National Theatre School of Canada.

Yves Dagenais is the founder and director of the Clown Art Research Centre in Montreal.

Since 2010, Clip as been presented more than 140 times in Canada and Mexico.

Tour dates here

Some reviews :

“The children laughed, cried and clapped heartily last Wednesday at Theatre Les Gros Becs, at the Clip ! –

Le Soleil – February 25, 2010

“His acting is a mixture of Chaplin and Pierre Richard (…) funny (…) works perfectly with the public (…) very fun, very successful ”

“Radio Radio-Canada, Quebec, February 24, 2010

CLIP ! :

  • Is a clown solo show aimed at a young audience, from 5 to 101, young at heart.
  • Is mostly non-verbal (only a few words easy to translate into any other language).
  • Length : 60 minutes.