Japanese mime actor Iimuro Naoki will embark on a tour of Vietnam in March.
The highlight of his performance will be a part of an act titled
Angel, in which his slow movements invite audiences into a dream-like
scene in the depths of the sea.
He will also perform A World in Balance for which he received a gold medal at the 2009 World Delphic Games in Greece.
Naoki learned mime under Marcel Marceau, the founder of modern
pantomime, and has gone on to showcase his art at a plethora of
festivals to international acclaim.
will take place in HCM City on March 5 and 6 at the Young World
Theatre, 125 Cong Quynh Street, District 1, and in Hanoi on
March 9 and 10 at the Youth Theatre, 11 Ngo Thi Nham Street .
The tour is being organised by the Japan Foundation Centre for
Cultural Exchange in Vietnam on the occasion of the Japan-Vietnam
Friendship Year 2013.
Free tickets can be picked up from 9am-6pm at the theatres.-VNA