Tutti Frutti (1) is omnipresent and omnipotent. It is around us as well as in the depths of our souls. In front of us, we will see Tutti Frutti (2) assume the form of a tonic and swirling mix of four circus artists with super capabilities, a sort of a salad of improbable ingredients (3), seasoned with spontaneity and absurd logic. This explosive form allows the spectators to live moments of strong dramatic intensity, a jubilant and liberating humour, which makes people laugh but sometimes also cringe. We will present bourgeois having fun in a castle, an army of bananas who are training to save the world, a charlatan who thinks he is a spiritual guide, or quite simply four excited cranks who hack plastic objects.
Tutti Frutti (4) is also a permanent and frenetic quest for the Power (5).
With their unwavering charisma, these people place themselves at the centre of the contradictions of our society in order to break them from within.
All with the signature of the LPM company, Extreme Poetry (6)
1 Tutti Frutti is a very good show.
2 A very good show to say the least.
3 In this kind of engaged cartoon, there will be object manipulation, but also acrobatics, hip-hop, stunts, magic, cinema, quick-changing, visual arts, kung fu, hypnotism, rock climbing, bicycling, capoeira, cumbia, graffiti, and homeopathy.
4 When we say it’s a good show, we are not exaggerating.
5 From popular Latin potere, power. Power is the faculty, ability, material possibility, or permission to do something. Power designates the legal capacity to do one thing, to act for another for which one has received a mandate.
6 Extreme poetry is to revel at the flight of a scarf held in the air by the power of a chainsaw.