CHILDHOOD(S) is the last play of our first work cycle. It comes after we “killed the actor” and after we “killed theater”. So, after that, we need to claim another possible way of being on a stage : joyful, committed, bold. But also, delicate. Going upstream the “great actors” of our time and upstream the non-professional actors propelled on stage - we made the collective experiment of becoming our very own “ready made”.