3 weeks. 6 towns and cities.
11 performances. 8 workshops
plus talks, demonstrations and film screenings
A drunk, a clown, a disabled soldier, an old crone. A moth, a mirror, a muse.
Welcome to the world of Rey Camoy, Japanese painter of the human soul.
tarinainanika’s latest production shows the artist in his studio, surrounded by the characters from his creations. The drama unfolds without a word, with intricate ensemble-work and breath-taking physicality. It’s a gut-wrenching love song to beauty - the kind worth living and dying for.
Directed by Kentaro Suyama and Tania Coke
Performed by Kentaro Suyama, Tania Coke, Ryuta Kawai, Yukiko Masui, Teruya Sugimoto, Masaya Tsujimoto
Music by Tania Coke
Video by Kentaro Suyama
tarinainanika is an international theatre company specialising in the art of Corporeal Mime. The company is based at the Flying Carpet Factory in Osaka which is also home to the Corporeal Mime School of Performing Arts.
Exeter Northcott Theatre
Tues 10th Oct 7:30pm - Rey Camoy
Weds 11th Oct - Workshop and talk
Macready Theatre, Rugby School
Mon 16th Oct 7:30pm - Rey Camoy
Tues 17th Oct 7:30pm- Rey Camoy (for schools)
Weds 18th Oct - Workshops
Colchester Fringe Festival
Mercury Theatre, The Studio
Fri 20th Oct 20:30 - Rey Camoy
Sat 21st Oct 16:00 - Rey Camoy
Sun 22nd Oct 15:00 - Rey Camoy
Tues 24th Oct 19:00 - Rey Camoy
Wolfson College, Oxford University
Leonard Wolfson Auditorium
Thurs 26th Oct, 18.00-19:00 - Short performance and talk
Nissan Seminar Series
St Antony’s College, Oxford University
Nissan Institute Lecture Theatre
Fri 27th Oct, 17:00-18:30 - Talk
Oxford University Dramatic Society
Sun 29th Oct - Workshop