Franco-Portuguese circus troupe performs in Hanoi, HCM City

A circus drama titled “What is left” will be performed by two acrobats specialized in the Chinese pole, Paulo Dos Santos and Guillaume Amaro, in Hanoi’s Youth Theater and Ho Chi Minh City Drama Theater on May 14 and 16 respectively.

The show directed by Olivier Antoine takes its inspiration from the The Lost Mariner, one of the essays in The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat written by Oliver Sacks.

The performance depicts a man without memory, stuck in the constantly changing and meaningless time.

“What is left” goes beyond the Chinese pole, using other elements such as dance, acrobatics, the wooden post, music and video, which are harmoniously interlinked.

The O Ultimo Momento is a Franco-Portuguese circus troupe founded in 2004 by Portuguese artist João Paulo Dos Santos and French musician Guillaume Dutrieux .Based in France, the company travels all over Europe, and also Asia, North and South America and Africa.

Compiled by Kim Khanh

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