Nos mères Leurs mères

Wong Chun Tat Ata X Theatre de la Feuille
Date / Time: 11-12.01.2020 13:00
Venue: The Park
Length:Approximately 45 minutes without intermission
Remark: This is a non-verbal performance

In those early days, mother worked hard with others as factory girls to make a living. Against the backdrop of a buzzing and bustling hum, everyone’s life there were turned around by the spinning thread pool. Spending days and nights on the stepping of treadle with the feeding of fabric scraps under the presser foot. Yarns winding and unwinding, spinning the lives of fellow folks……
Very much in the style of their previous work Fe + C…  Steel?, Théâtre de la Feuille launches a new production again with the all-female cast. The combination of physical performance and fashion show aims at not only amusing you with compelling visual narratives, but also unleashing the power and the storytelling secrets going on within the women’s bodies.

Producer
Lei Yuen Hung

Fashion Designers
Hayden Wong
Ka Shun
Stephen Fan

Creative Cast
Summer Tai Tin Ching
Yau Hoi Chung
King Yu
Natalie Lau Tsz
Crystal Lo
Fonteyn
Rachel Lau

Théâtre de la Feuille

Founded in 2010 by Ata Wong Chun-tat in Paris, Théâtre de la Feuille is a physical theatre group deeply influenced by the western methodology of Jacques Lecoq and interweaved with Eastern artistic traditions.

Théâtre de la Feuille is now based in Hong Kong and eager to perform overseas for more touring experiences. Its productions have staged in the Great China region, France, Italy, Croatia, Japan and Korea.

With a group of twenty creative actors from a plethora of different cultures and backgrounds, Théâtre de la Feuille provides them with custom-made trainings of Jacques Lecoq and traditional Chinese martial arts, nurturing them to become a strong and unique ensemble of Hong Kong.

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