- Noge Schale (Yokohama Nigiwai-za)
- 3-110-1 Noge-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
- 2.4 Thur20:30
- 2.5 Fri13:00 / 14:30 / 16:00 / 17:30 / 20:30
- 2.6 Sat11:00 / 12:30 / 15:30 / 17:00 / 18:30 / 20:30
- 2.7 Sun11:00 / 12:30 / 14:00 / 15:30 / 17:00
- 2.8 Mon11:00 / 12:30 / 14:00 / 15:30 / 17:00 / 20:30
- 2.9 Tue11:00 / 12:30 / 14:00 / 15:30 / 17:00
- Run Time: 60 min *each performance is limited up to 10 people
- Simultaneous translation in English and Japanese
- Subtitled in English
：¥300 discount from the standard prices
• Registration for TPAM is required to receive the benefit.
• Please make reservations via an TPAM My Page, to which we invite you after your registration. Availability is limited.
• Please bring your TPAM Pass to the venue or please tell your name at the door if you don’t have TPAM Pass.
||Please ask the company|
“Time limit, 60 min.”
Welcome to the Dance Hole.
What is the formula for creating a dance?
Can you call a dance show a “Performance” without an audience?
Fujiyama Annette’s newest Dance performance is a performance by the audience.
By asking the question, “What is Dance?,” [The Absense of City Project] theatrically explored issues of diversity and the relationship between Korea and Japan in TPAM 2015.
This piece goes further, directly confronting members of the audience with those issues.
And then, “Let’s Dance?”.
This is a dance performance without performers.
A “Dance Hole” created by Nay Hasegawa, who has worked with performers from different genres, advocating “pseudo-genre”.
Who will dance in the hole?
As we search for what dance is, what we can call Dance!
We will explode in dance from micro to macro perspectives.
Dance! Dance! Dance! To The Dance Hole!
Founded by Hasegawa Nay. They create unique Dance Theater (Theatertanz) using theatrical methodology to awaken the body in script based pieces. In recent years, their cross-genre collaborations on the theme of “pseudo-genre” have questioned the essence of performance works. They continue to be vigorously engaged in presenting international pieces containing new expressive possibilities that expand the boundaries of theater and dance.Email