Schedule: 2021/10/16 sat. 14:00-

Gekidan Awai “Letters” Work in Progress Showing


Playwright and director Kentaro Otsuka and actor Kantaro Matsuo founded “Gekidan Awai” while they were still in university.
After the initial period (2018-2020) of activities based on classical works since its launch in 2018, they will create a new work “Letters”
about themselves in 2020 and 2021, when the COVID-19 has shaken the world.
At the end of the residency, a work in progress showing will be held prior to the premiere at KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theatre in November

Gekidan Awai “Letters” Work in Progress Showing

■Date:October 16th, 2021(Sat)14:00-
■Venue:Kinosaki International Arts Center Hall
■Fee:Free to view *Prior reservation is required
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