“Kagerou” @Atelier Shunpusha (2014)

Seinendan Young Directors Series 65 “Kagerou – Study of Translating Performance –”

Hamanaka Company(Tokyo)

nitehi works
3-47-1 Wakaba-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
2.9 Tue15:00 / 19:30
2.10 Wed15:00

Run Time:50 min
Performed in English

Post Performance Talk
– with Hiroshi KAINUMA (Junior Researcher, Fukushima University)
Date: 2.9 Tue After the 15:00 performance

Post Performance Talk
– with Chiaki SOMA (Arts Commons Tokyo)
Date: 2.10 Wed After the performance
Adv & Door¥2,500

:¥500 discount from the standard prices

Registration for TPAM is required to receive the benefit.

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Professional(Registration required) Audience
Please ask the company

On March 11th, 2011, a woman living in a port town in Fukushima lost her beloved husband when he was swept away by the tsunami. The voice you can hear in the theater appears to be her own. Archival records, actors, video, voice, and simultaneous interpretation between Japanese and English are woven together in this documentary performance!

Hamanaka Company

Founded in 2014 by Artistic Director Shun Hamanaka. Through the use of documentary methods including interview-based fieldwork, video records, and the creation of an archive, Hamanaka Company engages with both regional and social issues and also the universal problems of humanity. From its founding, the company has continuously created a documentary performance series depicting Ohisa area, located in Hisanohama, Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture.