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Joris Mathieu

From 7 to 11 December 2016

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au 01 40 03 75 75 du lundi au samedi de 10h30 à 19h30

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à la folie information-billetterie 7 jours sur 7 de 10h30 à 19h30

Prices

Full Price 15 €


Reduced rate* 12 €


Carte Villette* 10 €


Youth Card* 10 €


Benefits claimants and pensioners 10 €


Under 12 years old 8 €
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30% de réduction sur tous les spectacles et les Ateliers Villette à 8€, en toute liberté
Abonnement jeune
Pour les moins de 26 ans

Venue

Access Porte de Pantin :
Metro : Ligne 5
Bus : Ligne 75,151
Tram : Ligne T3b
Car Park "Cité des Sciences" - PML please call 01 40 03 75 75

Date

From December 7th to 11th
Wednesday at 7pm
Thursday and Friday at 7pm
Saturday at 2.30pm and 7pm
Sunday at 11am

Duration: 60 min
Children aged 8 and over

Japan’s hikikomori phenomenon affects teenagers and young adults. Their fear of confronting the realities of society turns them into shut-ins. Joris Mathieu studies this communication problem on three different levels, offering one version for children, teenagers, and grownups. So this is a show for families.

The show

Nils is a young boy going through a difficult phase at school, in his relationships with others, and in society in general. One day, he rushes in from school, slams his bedroom door, and won’t come out. His parents are stunned. Why did he rush into his bedroom? They don’t knock at the door, instead they pick up something he tossed on the living room table. In an effort to understand, they will tame his universe saturated with technologies and images.

After a critically acclaimed creation in early 2016, fabulist Joris Mathieu is back with Hikikomori – The Refuge. Using a unique immersive set, audience members (children, teens, adults) put on audio headsets and hear three different versions of the same story. After the show, they share the details. It’s a splendid metaphor of today’s world and our collective isolation. Hikikomori offers us a new form of theater – participative and unifying.