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NPO Corporation dance ARKive vision Green table 2017

Period

2018/9/5 (Wed) 〜2018/9/6 (Thu)

Venue

Goethe-Institut Tokyo (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

Ticket Fee

Advance: 3000 Yen 2500 Yen students organizations often (five) 12000 yen (all seats reserved, tax incl.)


+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content Inspired by Kurt Jooss’s anit-war masterpiece “The Green Table (1932)”, “The Green Table 2017” has been created as a completely new piece without using any choreography nor music of the original. “The Green Table 2017” questions what a classical masterpiece means to us within the contemporary time frame and how we can hand down such an important dance piece to the next generation.

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Appearance Masaru Kakio, Seiko Kuwano, Koji Itose, Ema Fumiyama, Kentaro Sato, Erina Yamai, Keisuke Murata, Haruka Saeki, Kyoko Oku, Toshiko Oka, Workshop participants of Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio, Special appearance : Yoshito Ohno
Staff Presented by Dance Archive Network (NPO)
Co-produced by Canta Co.Ltd.
Supported by Arts Council Tokyo
In special cooperation with Goethe-Institut Tokyo
In cooperation with Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio and Ensemble Sonne
Schedule <Period>
2018/9/5 (Wed) 〜2018/9/6 (Thu)


<Schedule>
9/5 (Wednesday) 20:00
9/6 (Thursday) 20:00
Ticket Fee Advance: 3000 Yen 2500 Yen students organizations often (five) 12000 yen (all seats reserved, tax incl.)


+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Goethe-Institut Tokyo (Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Remarks
Organizations Overview Dance Archive Network’s Fundamental Principles: The concept underlying the not-for profit organization Dance Archive Network,hereafter referred to as DAN, is to overtake the responsibility of the archives of its acting parent organization, the Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio. Kazuo Ohno (1906-2010), founder of the Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio, studied under many of the pioneers of Japanese modern dance since the 1930s, before embarking on a solo career as a dancer in the late 1940s.

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