17 May '11, 8am

Watched Ishinha's When A Gray Cow Is Stretched. I am all Okaeri (Japanese for 'welcome home') at the moment.

Writer and director Yukichi Matsumoto and his award-winningcompany Ishinha create an epic story about a “Sea Road” linking up the cultural, social and aesthetic histories of the peoples of the islands bordering the Pacific Rim: from the South Sea islands through Southeast Asia up to Taiwan ending in Japan. This exquisite show will be timed precisely to permeate the spectacular transition between daylight, sunset, dusk and night. Matsumoto wants to create a new form of drama, a drama of the future or ‘tomorrow’ where the company wants to show things or concepts that are difficult or impossible to represent in terms of shapes. He said, “as I studied more about the sea and its people, I came to realize that there were more varied peoples and languages than on the main continent: I thought if I made the sea the main stage I could tell a story of Asia no one has done before.” H...

Full article: http://www.singaporeartsfest.com/121

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