L’Orphelin School Tour

Théâtre de la Feuille

SCHOOL TOUR

The School Tour consists of 3 parts:

Part I: Pre-show Guided Session+ (Approx. 45 minutes)
Conducted in groups, students explore the themes of L’Orphelin through warm up exercises and interactive sessions, and experience the artistic form of physical theatre: How do we tell a story with our bodies without the aid of settings and props? From whence students learn about different forms of theatre.

Part II: Performance* (Approx. 20-25 minutes)
Excerpt performance of L’Orphelin

Part III: Artist Sharing+ (Approx. 10-15 minutes)
Students conclude their theatre experience with a sharing by the performers.

Schedule & Venue

2019.09.01 - 2019.12.31

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Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours
Set-up Time: 30 minutes
Suggested Venue: School Hall / covered playground / indoor space
No. of Participants:
Part I: conducted in 4 to 5 groups with no more than 30 per group
with no more than 30 per group
Part II and III: 150 max
Notes:
* Performance conducted in Putonghua
+ Pre-show Guided Session & Artist Sharing conducted in Cantonese or Putonghua

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