Japanese pantomime artist Naoki Iimuro will follow up his successful trip to Vietnam last year with performances next month in Ho Chi Minh City (June 7, 8) and Hanoi ( June 10,11).
Iimuro performed at the Hue Festival and at Hanoi's 1000th anniversary celebrations in 2010.
Following in the footsteps of his teacher Marcel Marceau, known as the father of modern pantomime, Iimuro has became famous at international festivals all over the world, winning many prestigious awards.
On the stage, his moves not only make the audience laugh, but also make them think through deep and meaningful stories.
Iimuro will enchant audience in both cities with new works like "Magic" and " The balance of the creator" which won the gold medal for the young professional artists at the third International Delphic Games.
His performances can be enjoyed by both adults and children (from 6 years old).
Tickets priced between VND20,000 and VND50,000 can be bought at 27 Quang Trung street, Hoan Kiem district in Hanoi.
In HCMC, free tickets will be distributed at the Youth World Theatre on 126 Cong Quynh, district 1.
The shows are being organized by the Japan Foundation in Vietnam and the office of the Japanese Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City.