The remarkable stage and film director Takuya Murakawa, who works in both field of theater and film creates a new performance, using the techniques of documentary and field research. “Zeitgeber” depicted the everyday life of a severely disabled person and his caretaker. “Oki he (To the Open Sea)” documented the realities of life in Minamisanriku-cho in Miyagi Prefecture after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
China, Korea and Japan recently tend to come up together in political or diplomatic topics. By putting the everyday words and voice of the performers from the three countries into a light, the people’s thought behind these situations shall arise.
Towards the end of the residency, an open studio will be held, in the actual stage style to develop the performance by the audience’s feedback. The premier is scheduled in Kyoto after the residency.
Takuya Murakawa "Independent Living" Open Studio
Monday, October 16th, 2017 from 19:30
Kinosaki International Arts Center Hall
Free (pre-reservation required)
If needed, please inform Kinosaki Intenational Arts Center by calling by Monday October 9th. (1 year and a half to preschool children)
Please contact the below number or email address and give the title of the event, your name, the number of persons attending and a contact number.
Kinosaki International Arts Center
TEL 0796-32-3888 (From 9am to 5pm. Closed on Tuesdays)