30 MAY - 30 JUN 2022
30 May 2022 8:30pm - 30 June 2022 11:59pm
Free admission with registration
Théâtre de la Feuille brings you an online play reading of The Breast Man by Hong Kong and French actors, adapted from the classic surrealist work The Breasts of Tiresias by French poet Guillaume Apollinaire.
The wife let her breasts fly away like balloons and became a man. Her husband was controlled and asexually gave birth to 40,049 babies in a day...
Play reading is a process before the performance. Through this different performance style, the audience can learn more about the behind-the-scenes production.
Creative Team List
Director: Ata Wong Chun Tat
Creative Performers: Ingrid Sera-Gillet, Han Mei
Théâtre de la Feuille
Founded in 2010 in Paris by Wong Chun Tat (Ata), Théâtre de la Feuille is currently based in Hong Kong. Théâtre de la Feuille is made up of 20 performers from different countries and backgrounds who diligently polish their craft by receiving regular training devised by the company, in order to grow as a team that is collectively fluent in self-expression and abundant in creative energy. The artistic approach of the company is to blend elements East-and-West, where the Western pedagogy of Jacques Lecoq interweaves with the traditional arts of the East. Its recent works include #1314, The Lost Adults, Papa, Mad Man and L’Orphelin.
Not only does Théâtre de la Feuille produce high-quality theatre that experiments with a diverse range of genres and topics, but it also aims to glean as much overseas touring experience as possible. It has undertaken 200 overseas tours, performing in over 80 locations, including the United States, France, Italy, Croatia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and different cities in China.
Ata is one of the very few graduates of Chinese descent to have completed the two-year Introductory Course and The Laboratory of Movement Study at École internationale de théâtre Jacques Lecoq (Jacques Lecoq). In addition to his training, Wong also attended the Jacques Lecoq teaching certification in 2018.
Audiences who are interested in this event, please register on this website from 30 May onwards, the video link will be sent to your email for viewing.
Suitable for 12 or above
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