Mystéric : Au Défi! - Eric Leclerc

Mystéric : Au Défi! - Eric Leclerc

Annee : K- 6
Duree : 60 mins

Mysteric (Eric Leclerc, champion canadien de magie et futur batteur de record Guinness), revient avec une presentation magico-interactive inspiree des jeux educatifs de l'emission de tele AU DEFI ! de la chaine TFO. Geographie, grammaire, resolution de problemes et culture identitaire des francophones seront abordes avec le twist magique de l'incomparable Mysteric. Hilarant et prodigieux, ce spectacle vous laissera bouche bee tout en faisant travailler votre cervelle. Mysteric AU DEFI, il faut le voir, pour ne pas y croire!

Tout au long du spectacle, Mysteric captive l'attention de son public avec des tours demagie incroyables et innovateurs. Afin de maintenir un rythme dynamique et interactif, plusieurs spectateurs assistentMysteric a tour de role dans presque tous ses numeros.

Liens avec le programme

Matiere : Francais
Domaine du programme : ecouter, parler, lire, ecrire (4e primaire - 2e secondaire)
Grandes idees: Dans cette performance, les eleves sont invites sur scene pour participer au spectacle de magie.

Ticket Info:
  • Tickets are $10 (incl. tax and fees)
  • Receive one complimentary ticket for every 10 tickets booked

Call 905-615-4720 ext. 2588 or email to bring your class to experience live theatre!

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 - 10:00am
$10.00 tax incl.

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Meadowvale Theatre Box Office
905-615-4720 ext. 2588

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