[theatre] [Poland]The centerpiece of the festival is this long-awaited first visit to Japan by a leading director in European theatre.
[theatre] [Korea]Created by a controversial artist whose previous work has had funding withdrawn by the government, this challenging play deals with Korean soldiers who volunteered to be Kamikaze pilots and more.
[dance] [Germany]Created out of residencies in Tokyo and Düsseldorf, this is the latest work by one of Germany’s most exciting dance artists.
[dance] [Germany]The former student of Mary Wigman and giant of expressionist dance makes her first return to Japan in 16 years for a highly anticipated series of workshops and performances.
[theatre] [dance] [game] [Malaysia]This diverse program of theatre, dance and even card games showcases the complexities of multi-ethnic Malaysia and its rich performing arts scene.
- ASWARA (National Academy of Arts, Culture & Heritage) - The Instant Café Theatre Company - Renxin Lee
[dance] [music] [Japan]A weekend of fun for everyone, the music and dance event linking Ikebukuro with Fukushima once again opens the festival with a bang.
[dance] [Japan]Marking F/T’s final performances at Nishi-Sugamo Arts Factory, this new dance comically investigates the daily problems that arise between family and friends.
[theatre] [Japan]Forming the first year in a long-term project jointly created by marebito theater company and F/T, it explores memories of Fukushima and also functions as a platform for cultivating Masataka Matsuda’s students.
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