Cie Adrien M / Claire B (France)
Oct. 8 (sat) 14:00 & 18:00
Oct. 9 (sun) 10:30 & 13:30
Ticket counter opens 45 minutes prior to the performance.
Door opens 15 minutes prior to the performance.
Tokyo Women’s Plaza
< Cast Change Announcement >
We regret to inform you that Akiko Kajihara will not be able to perform in cie Adrien M/ Claire B’s “HAKANAÏ” on Oct. 8th (Sat) and 9th (Sun) at Tokyo Women’s Plaza due to health reasons. Accordingly, the role will be replaced by Satchie Noro. We deeply apologize to those who looked forward to Akiko Kajihara performance.
We regret that we cannot refund return ticket purchases for the change in cast. Thank you very much for your generous understanding.
Inspired by the realm of dreams, this work applies IT to create space shaped by strange, extra-ordinary elements. The brainchild of Adrien Mondot, who is also an IT engineer and a juggler, it stands out for its style, which is innovative even in the context of other works combining digital art and performance. The company is praised for its organic yet poetic expression, and has been deluged with requests for appearances from across the globe. The technical side of its pieces has also been the subject of feature articles in high-tech journals. As this suggests, Adrien M / Claire B is pushing back the boundaries of stage performance through digital art.
Concept and Direction: Adrien Mondot & Claire Bardainne
Dance: Satchie Noro
Digital Interpretation and Alternation: Adrien Mondot, Claire Bardainne
Sound Interpretation and Creation: Christophe Sartori, Loïs Drouglazet, Pierre Xucla, Jérémy Chartier
Scenic Design: Martin Gautron, Vincent Perreux
External Advisor: Charlotte Farcet
Administration: Marek Vuiton
Distribution: Charlotte Auché
Co-Organizer : Institut français du Japon – Tokyo
Funding : Institut français
Support : Institut français du Japon
Cie Adrien M / Claire B
The Adrien M / Claire B Company has been acting in the fields of the digital arts and performing arts since 2004. They create many forms of art, from stage performances to exhibitions combining real and virtual worlds with IT tools that were developed and customized specifically for them. They place the human body at the heart of technological and artistic challenges and adapt today’s technological tools to create a timeless poetry through a visual language based on playing and enjoyment, which breeds imagination. The company operates as a research and creativity workshop based out of Presqu’île in Lyon. The Adrien M / Claire B Company is supported by the City of Lyon.
Satchie Noro is a dancer, chorographer and aerobat who studied with Wilfride Piollet and Michel Nowak. In 2002, she founds the Compagnie Furinkaï, and currently tour with the show Origami she has created. She worked with directors James Thiérrée, Michel Schweizer, Carlotta Sagna, Pierre Meunier, among others. She performs in Cinématique and Hakanaï, and collaborates with Compagnie Adrien M & Claire B since 2009.