Noir Rose and the Mysterious Banquet
“Noir Rose and the Mysterious Banquet”, a new silence dinner and theatre performance jointly presented by two local social enterprises – Jao Tsung-I Academy and Silence Le Cabaret, a brand under Dialogue Experience, will have its debut performance in October 2015 at Jao Tsung-I Academy.
The show is written, directed and performed by deaf artists. Participants will be invited to join a world full of facial and body languages ─ a world without sound. Interactions with deaf actors and audience is made possible through creativity and empathy.
The story is based on “Noir Rose and the Mysterious Banquet”, a legendary fiction figure that was popular in Hong Kong during mid-20th century Hong Kong. At a high-pitched traditional cottage complex in 1960s Hong Kong, its owner is celebrating his birthday. He has invited a famous show girl to sing during the banquet and has given an extremely pricey and beautiful necklace to his wife. However, after a mysterious chaos in the house, the necklace vanishes all of a sudden. Noir Rose emerges in front of all, inviting all banquet-goers to investigate the theft with her.
|24 Oct, 31 Oct 2015
|7:00pm to 9:30pm
|Theatre of Jao Tsung-I Aacademy (JTIA)
HK$790 (PLUS HK$30 transaction fee)
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