PERMACULTURE Stories of the Urban Garden

December 23, 2022 / By

Permaculture Stories of the Urban Garden

December 23, 2022 / By

Permaculture Dec 2022


Luciole International Theatre Company wishes you Happy Holidays and invites you to watch our upcoming presentation.As gardens can be real, imaginary, metaphysical, philosophical, romantic, magical, healing and communal spaces that develop natural forms of diversity and resilience, permaculture – stories of the urban garden invites you to a journey exploring different perspectives, stories and fictional artworks that connect to earthly spaces. From American urban gardens to French, Singaporean and Portuguese ways of relating to gardens and gardening, from Indigenous Wisdom in Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer to the philosophical thoughts of Jean-Jacques Rousseau in Reveries of a Solitary Walker or the imaginative gardens of Middle-earth by J.R.R Tolkien in Lord of the Rings, gardens are a source of inspiration for humans and a celebration of the process of growth and transformation as nature accomplishes the life cycle and teaches us about the past, the present and the future.

Streaming Online on Vimeo December 27th-30th, 2022
Hermine Bénard | Melissa Flower | Pin Lim | directed by Clara Ploux
interviews with Amanda Howard | André Bénard | Daniela Zamora Gomez | João Vicente | Penny Tan

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When: Tuesday-Friday, December 27-30th, 2022 4 full days
Where: Virtual Streaming via Vimeo The viewing time expired on Dec 30th
Tickets: Free (donations are welcome at

This program is made possible by the Houston Arts Alliance.
Any donations will go to the continued efforts of Luciole International Theatre to bring international and interdisciplinary work to Houston.

Houston Arts Alliance Funding