What brings campers back to the same campground each summer, generation after generation? Why live outside for weeks or even months in such close quarters? The answer: friends, BBQ’s, dance nights, and games like pétanque, horseshoes, cards and bingo.
A campground is a place to let loose and be yourself, because it’s finally summer. It’s place to hang out and enjoy, tease, tolerate, endure, or hug your neighbors. A place where human relationships—real ones—are fodder for clowning around. It’s a micro-society where Théâtre À Tempo’s world fits right in.