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The playful and idiosyncratic duo takes on a short story by Yukio Mishima. Two Japanese celebrities meet. One is a choreographer, the other is a stage and film actor, striving to answer this question: are we worth saving?

Choreographer Kaori Ito has transfixed audiences as a performer before, particularly alongside Philippe Decouflé or Angelin Preljocaj. Here she pursues the duo format as a vehicle for intimate truth. Once again Japanese movie and TV star Miraï Moriyama demonstrates his versatility by embracing dance.


Creation 2018 Piece for 2 dancers Choreography and text Kaori Ito & Miraï Moriyama Inspired by Une belle étoile by Yukio Mishima Collaboration to choreography Gabriel Wong Costumes Aurore Thibout Technical direction and lighting Arno Veyrat Composition Joan Cambon Sound design Adrien Maury As part of l’Année du Japonisme 2018 with the Fondation Japon Production Association Himé Coproduction Maison des Arts de Créteil, Kanagawa Arts Theatre (KAAT) Support Le Château de Monthelon, Ministère de la culture – DRAC Île-de-France, Région Île-de- France et Département du Val-de-Marne





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THEATRE
PAVILLON NOIR


TUESDAY
10 DECEMBER 2019

8PM

WEDNESDAY
11 DECEMBER 2019

8PM

DURATION 1H

FROM 9 € TO 23 €


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