Kuyoh: Noh Play Based on the Catastrophe of Fukushima

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Play for three actors. This is a play written in the form of a Noh (Japanese theater of the 14th and is still played today). It use of this form, technic of writing and temporality codes. To create a ritual where the actor is no longer actor but vector. A mouth through which the dead will be able to express their pain, a place where the actor and the audience become a temple. It is a play about the Fukushima disaster. A play to give a voice to those who died there and what is dead in us, that March 11, 2011. It begins with the arrival in a striped cities on the map, of a man. It belongs to those who have had two hours to collect their belongings before returning to wait in gyms that serve as their refuge. Once there, he meets a woman who said to dwell there and says she picks her daughter to school ... but there is no school here since March 11 !!!
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May 15, 2015
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