Hoichi le Sans Oreilles

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«  Hoichi le sans oreilles / Hoichi the earless »  Avec : Adaptation et Interpre?te : Chun-him, WU / Nan-kouan Music: Wan-yi, LIU (Taiwan) / Interpre?te: Lo-yin, CHIU / Lumie?re: Zoe CHEUNG / Musique et son: Maj CHAN / Costumes: Teby WONG / Administration: Jessie LAM et Cheryl YUNG / Graphisme: Benny LEUNG Mise en scène : Genre : Info : Tout public - Langue : Cantonais surtitre? en français et en anglais Durée : 50min Accroche : Créé et présenté par Theatre Ronin, compagnie de Hong Kong. Conte d’horreur japonais classique, avec une nouvelle mise en sce?ne et interpre?tation. Description (longue) : Gra?ce a? l’alliance entre le Nan-kouan*, l’art du conteur et de la forme physique, et les arts de l’espace, la troupe hongkongaise invitera les spectateurs de?voiler le plus intime et fragile de leur e?tre profond. Adapte?e de Ho?ichi, la le?gende des samourai?s disparus e?crit par Lafcadio Hearn, relatant l’aventure d’Ho?ichi une musicienne aveugle se?journant dans un monaste?re. Une nuit, un samourai?vient l’a invite?e a? donner un re?cital pour son mai?tre. La sorite de chaque nuit de la musicienne e?veille la curisosite? du supe?rieur. Il lui fait suivre et de?couvre alors un secret.... Hoichi the Earless is presented and created by Theatre Ronin, a troupe from Hong Kong and it is a classical Japanese horror fiction with contemporary interpretation. Hoichi is a blind lute musician living in a temple. One night a samurai come to invite Hoichi to play for his master. The abbot is skeptical about Hoichi’s going out every night, so he sends a monk to tail her. A secret is then unveiled. Adapted from Kwaidan –Hoichi the Earless by Koizumi Yakumo, this is an aesthetic exploration integrating Nanguan music*, storytelling, movement and space. Audience then go deep into their own vulnerability. *Nanguan music, originated from Quanzhou, is popular among Minnan-speaking region. It was imported to Taiwan after Ming dynasty, renowned for its unique way of chanting. Nanguan was inscribed in 2009 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. Theatre Ronin is founded by its artistic director Alex Hung-man, TAM in 2006 and is currently a recipient of Hong Kong Arts Development Council grant. Dedicated to exploring contemporary theatrical language and the aesthetics of ‘Theatre ofImagery’andcreatinga distinctively imaginative performing style, Theatre Ronin’stheatricalworks stemmed from varied source materials, as well as the culture and literature of Hong Kong. Many of its works are invited to various arts festivals in Argentina, Taiwan and China.

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