ENGEKI QUEST – Yokohama Twilight Ver.
Recepiton: Yokohama Creativecity Center (YCC) 1F
2.9 Mon ‐ 2.15 Sun Reception 11:00 – 13:00
(Turing time until 17:00, free to exit)
※No performance on 2.10 Tue
“Miyanaga Direction – Salon Talk”
2.11 Wed 11:30-12:30 Kaori Nishino (Bird Park)
2.12 Thu 11:30-12:30 TPAM Director’s Talk Masashi Nomura、Fumi Yokobori、Tang Fu Kuen
2.13 Fri 11:30-12:30 Noriyuki Kiguchi (Akumanoshirushi)
2.14 Sat 12:30-13:30 Shinta Wibowo
2.15 Sun 11:30-12:30 ENGEKI QUEST Talk: Chikara Fujiwara (BricolaQ), Makiko Ochi (BricolaQ)
Guided by the “Book of Adventure” with some options to choose from, the audience is invited to walk around freely within a large but designated field, get lost in the streets, and encounter the real people living there and the real history of the place. Commissioned by blanClass, the first ENGEKI QUEST was created in the Miura Peninsula in July 2014. It has participated in the Honmoku Art Project 2014 and Theater ZOU-NO-HANA 2014.
System designer and Editor: Chikara Fujiwara
Dramaturg: Makiko Ochi
Text: Yukio Shiba (mamagoto), Kaori Nishio (Bird Park)
Space configuration: Shohei Iida (ido), Yu Fukagawa (ido), Kenji Nishio, Taiki Yoshino
Translation: Saya Namikawa
Interpretation: Miwa Monden
Production: Takako Yokoi (Theatrical Center F)
Photo by Hideo Mori
A unit of Chikara Fujiwara and Makiko Ochi, BricolaQ publishes critiques of performing arts, interviews with artists, and other publications. Since 2014, the unit has been producing ENGEKI QUEST, a series of orienteering-style “walk-and-watch” performances in various locations. Three works have been done so far in the Miura Peninsula, Yokohama Honmoku, and ZO-NO-HANA Terrace (Yokohama).