Performances by Puppet Theatre Hitomi-za ?
Listen, a story that birds tell you.
The plentiful workings of tropical rain
Forest and nature works are
Bringing up every life
The war in this forest which occurred
A half century ago, took away a lot
Of lives of the people
And now, again, many trees in this forest are getting cut down and the nature in this forest are getting destroyed.
Listen, the story about the forest of bird and us…
Nobuko who has been a teacher of a Japanese language school in a country of Southeast Asia, were going to know about her grandpa who was told to be killed there. She met an old bird handler at a bird market who said that he knew her grandpa, and sold her a beautiful bird called “a bird eating dream” which would tell her the news about grandpa. Nobuko is going into the secluded part of a forest with the guidance of the mysterious bird….
This show describe the symbiosis of nature and human being which is getting lose in modern times, and hardness and importance of the recovery, through the animals and plants which are living the rain forest. Unsparing but beautiful wonder world that the spirit of woods, flowers and trees, birds, animals and people weave together.
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 @ 3pm & 8:30pm
Please contact The Actors Studio Bangsar at 03-2094 0400/1400 or log on to their website at www.theactorsstudio.com.my for details.