Mon, 23 February, 2015 — Sat, 28 February, 2015
Featuring Tomoko Komura and Billy Mack
This play will also run at the Ayr Gaiety from the 3rd – 5th of March
A writer with a limited understanding of Japanese culture goes on a foolhardy journey to Kyoto to study Japanese Noh theatre. During his numerous adventures, misadventures, and cultural faux pas, he meets a woman who experienced the Tsunami disaster of 2011. Through this contact with contemporary Japan he learns something essential to the ancient art of Noh.
Flower, bird, wind, moon is a Japanese saying which means “observe nature and discover yourself”.
Presented in English (with outbreaks of poorly spoken Japanese!)