“Interviewing Olivier Py “Grimm’s Fairy Tale – The Real Fiancée” by SPAC”

Available in EN/ES/JP/RS/KR Subtitles

0:13 Connections Between the Two Plays
1:44 The False Fiancée and People Today
3:25 Waking up from a Virtual-Techno Dream
6:47 Miyagi’s Mise-en-Scène

This is a series of three conversations with Olivier PY, author of “The Girl, the Devil and the Mill” and “The Real Fiancée”.
These two plays were directed by MIYAGI Satoshi, the artistic director of the Shizuoka Performing Arts Center (SPAC). Miyagi, a world-renowned theater director, was invited to the Avignon Festival numerous times.
Olivier PY, after watching on the platform “Stage Beyond Borders” MIYAGI’s mise-en-scène of his plays, discusses several topics in this series of interviews: the genesis of his writing projects, the themes and philosophical meanings of his plays, his thoughts on MIYAGI’s work, the upheaval in our perception of the social role of fiction (the theater) and reality (our daily lives), and the importance of seeing plays live.
In this interview, the fruit of international cooperation between Japan and France, Olivier PY gives us his take on theater today.

Presented by: The Japan Foundation (JF) (https://www.jpf.go.jp/e/)

Interviewee: Olivier PY

<Subtitling Credits>
English Translation: Steve CORBEIL
Japanese Translation: KUREMIYA Yurika
Korean Translation: Center For Interpreting & Translation, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Russian Translation: Elena KARASEVA 
Spanish Translation: Humberto PÉREZ MORTERA

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