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"Le Bateau Ivre" presents "La Lune sans parole" mime show for all audiences by and with Tien Vuong Nguyen.
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"La Lune sans parole" is a mime show with sketches written and performed by Tien Vuong Nguyen. Tien Vuong graduated from the School of Mime Marceau in 1993. Since then he has created numerous pantomimes he has seen on stages Czechoslovak and French.
You would think the sight of the title of his sketches that his repertoire is mostly dreamy and poetic. It is not. Interpretation, precise gestures, his "mimicry" just, and his staging make clear its pantomimes available to the public for the enjoyment of adults and children.
The list of sketches: The tree, Hands, Desire, The sea, Memories, The Butterfly, The Old Man and the Sea.
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Tien Vuong NGUYEN
Tien Vuong was formed in Mime at the School of International Mimodrama Paris - Marcel Marceau from 1990 to 1993.
He plays for theater, television (KAAMELOTT series on M6), film and commercials.
For "Le Bateau Ivre", he played in the La vie qui coule show and Living Statue animation.
"Le Bateau Ivre"
Established in 1993, "Le Bateau Ivre" is professional contractor shows and produced "La Crosse en l'Air" by Jacques Prévert, "Le roman d'un acteur" by Philippe Caubère, "Strip-Tease" and "Les Souffleurs" by Dino Buzzati.
Since 1998, "Le Bateau Ivre" begins has performed mime, "Duo choc de mime", "Le pays de mère nature" (Young Audience), "Solomima", "la vie qui coule" and "Mr Alone" .
In 2006, the company goes "L'île du trésor oublié" Commedia dell'Arte show for young audiences. The text is prefaced by Mario Gonzalez published by Les Cygnes Editions.
Teaser of "La lune sans parole" show: