Written and directed by
Hugo Bélanger

Based on Carlo Collodi's classic

Once upon a time there was a small piece of wood…

Following the internationally acclaimed Alice in Wonderland, Tout à Trac now revisits Collodi’s tale about the world’s most famous puppet: Pinocchio.

Born from a talking piece of wood carved by the old Geppetto, the rebellious, cheeky and careless Pinocchio discovers the meaning of growing up through a thousand trials. To become a real boy, he will have to face Mangiafuoco, the terrible Puppet Master, suffer the malice of the Fox and his sidekick, the Cat, escape from Toyland and save his father from the belly of the giant fish!

Pinocchio from Tout à Trac is another amazing journey into the heart of childhood and imagination…

Pinocchio is a production of Tout à Trac, in coproduction with Place des Arts and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.



City Venue Date
Granby, Qc Le Palace de Granby November 4-5, 2024
Gatineau, Qc Carrefour Culturel ESTacade, Salle Desjardins December 7, 2024
Elmira, NY Clemens Center January 25, 2025
Québec, Qc Les Gros Becs February 18 - March 9, 2025
Gatineau, Qc Carrefour Culturel ESTacade, Salle Desjardins March 12-13, 2025
Milva Ménard Pinocchio
Émilie St-Germain The Cat, Candlewick, The Blue Fairy
Gabriel De Santis-Caron The Fox, The Jolly Man
Claude Tremblay Geppetto, Talking Cricket, Mangiafuoco, Misbehaving Boy
Playwright and director Hugo Bélanger
English translator Bobby Theodore
Assistant stage director Josianne Dicaire
Set and costumes design Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle
Lighting design Luc Prairie
Original music and sound design Patrice d'Aragon
Masks design Marie-Pier Fortier
Puppet design - Pinocchio and The Jolly Man Marie-Pierre Simard
Props design Joannie d'Amours
Makeup design Maryse Gosselin
Production manager and technical director Michel Tremblay
Stage managers Josée Fontaine Rubi and Pierre-Luc Schetagne
Voice coach Carl Poliquin
English coach Julia Lenardon
Stage manager - creation Jean-François Patoine
Assistant technical director Vincent Prairie
Costumes assistant Geneviève Bouchard
Assistant stage director – tours Julie Lussier
Research and development - Pinocchio’s nose Denis Tremblay
Isabelle Fortin
Alexandre Plomteux
3D Printing Axis Proto
3D Scan Fablab
Set construction – steel structures Aciers Trans Rol
Scenic painting Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle
Josée Bergeron-Proulx
Angela Rassenti
Seamstresses Élise Leroy
Maude Viens
Maude Boisvert
Musicians Guillaume Bourque (clarinette)
Gaëtan Daigneault (orgue Hammond B3)
Photographer Jérémie Battaglia
Nashville Reading Cast Carolyn German (director)
David Compton
Mary Tanner Bailey
Keri Pisapia
Patrick Waller