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    Festival d’Automne à Paris
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    75001 Paris

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Oriza Hirata

Les Trois Sœurs version Androïde

Theatre

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    • T2G – Théâtre de Gennevilliers
      December 15 to December 20

    What differentiates a robot from a human being? Not much, according to the playwright and stage director Oriza Hirata. For his new pieces, he developed a robot, called a “geminoid”, whose moves appear particularly human-like. The two plays include robots performing roles in the family circle, raising questions on human bonds and the future of our society.

    Les Trois Sœurs version Androïde
    Seinendan+Osaka University Robot Theater Project
    By Anton Tchekhov
    Text and Direction, Oriza Hirata
    Technical Supervisor, Hiroshi Ishiguro
    French Translation, Mathieu Capel et Hirotoshi Ogashiwa
    Scenography, Itaru Sugiyama
    Lighting Design, Shoko Mishima
    Costumes, Aya Masakane
    Direction robots, Takenobu Chikaraishi 
     
    With F Geminoid (Androïde), Robovie-R3 (Robot), Kenji Yamauchi, Hiroko Matsuda, Hiroshi Otsuka, Mizuho Nojima, Minako Inoue, Akiko Ishibashi, Tadashi Otake, Tatsuya Kawamura, Natsuko Hori 
    Manipulation, voice, Minako Inoue


     

    Coproduction Osaka University & ATR Hiroshi ; Ishiguro Laboratory ; Agora Planning LTD ; Seinendan Theater Company
    Co-organisation The Musashino Cultural Foundation, Festival/Tokyo 12
    Sound Collaboration, FUJITSU TEN LTD
    Voice Technic, Al, Inc
    Cooperation, Yamaha Motor Co., Ldt.
    Corealisation Théâtre de Gennevilliers, centre dramatique national de création contemporaine ; Festival d’Automne à Paris

    With the support of the Agency of Japanese Cultural Affairs.
    With the support of the French-Japanese Foundation Sasakawa