Wang’s life and a part of Wang
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- B1 1-12-4 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
- 2.6 Sat11:00 / 15:00 / 19:00
- 2.7 Sun11:00 / 15:00 / 19:00
- 2.8 Mon14:00 / 19:00
- 2.9 Tue14:00 / 19:00
- 2.10 Wed14:00 / 19:00
- 2.12 Fri14:00 / 19:00
- 2.13 Sat11:00 / 15:00 / 19:00
- 2.14 Sun10:00 / 14:00 / 17:00
- Run Time：60 min
- English synopsis provided
- Adv & Door¥2,000
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This is the story of Wang, the owner of a local Chinese restaurant.
As audience members listen to Wang’s story about how he became the owner of the restaurant, his wartime experience, his family, and his life after coming to Japan, this performance aims to create a structure that provides satisfaction to audience members as they diverge from Wang’s story and let their imaginations flow as they watch the performance.
Wang’s life and a part of Wang appeals to the imagination, both from the perspective of Wang’s story itself and also through the audience members’ own experiences.
H-TOA began in 2015. It operates primarily in Tokyo. It creates pieces that emphasize not only the importance of what occurs on stage and but also the need for audience members to distance themselves from the space and think for themselves. The company members are Tomohiro Minematsu and Yuzuka Takubo.