Photo by Hideki Namai

Photo by Hideki Namai

FujiyamaAnnette [Attack On Dance]
FujiyamaAnnette×Dance Theatre 4P JAPAN×KOREA International Collaboration [Black Tomatoes]

Noge Schale (Yokohama Nigiwai-za)

2.12 Thu20:00A
2.13 Fri15:00B / 17:00A / 19:00B
2.14 Sat11:00A / 13:00B / 15:00A / 17:00B
2.15 Sun11:00B / 13:00A
A: FujiyamaAnnette [Attack On Dance]
B: FujiyamaAnnette × Dance Theatre 4P [Black Tomatoes]

1 Ticket

Adv ¥2,800
Door ¥3,000
Student Adv&Door ¥2,500
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A+B Ticket

Adv ¥3,500
Door ¥3,800
Student Adv&Door¥2,800
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Running time:
“Black Tomatoes” 90min
“Attack On Dance” 60min

The Absence of the City Project is a combo of FujiyamaAnnette’s new creation and a collaboration piece with the Dance Theatre 4P from South Korea. Fujiyama Annette’s new creation Attack on Dance approaches the diversity of people through asking a set of questions to many dancers with diverse backgrounds. Meanwhile, in the collaboration piece entitled Black Tomatoes, two dancers, one from Japan and the other from South Korea, are given the same theme to make a solo piece each. The performance will be followed by a discussion about how those pieces are created in order to question what the Asian body is about. Using the methodology of theater and through dialogue with dancers, the both programs question what is dance, and what is nationality.

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Since established in 2003, the company has been creating “dance theater” works inspired by theater plays. It has won various awards in Japan, created a video piece for a Swiss production, toured Singapore, and did a collaboration with a Korean company at SPAF. In recent years, it has done many collaboration projects with artists from other disciplines including pantomime and tap dancing. The choreographer has done choreographies for musicians including Fuji Fabric, bonobos, and EGO-WRAPPIN’.

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