Each session of this talk series sees the F/T directors Kaku Nagashima and Chika Kawai hold informal discussions with invited guests about their work and backgrounds.
The next edition of Directors’ Lounge features Naoyuki Miura of the theatre company lolo. Having now reached ten years since lolo was founded, Miura talks about his future approaches as well as the relationship between space and narrative, and his work outside of the theatre.
|Date||9/16 (Mon) 14:00–16:00 (box office: 13:30)|
4F 5-24-12 Mejiro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0031 Japan
3 minutes’ walk from Shiinamachi Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line
|Tickets||¥500 (priority to reservations)|
Naoyuki Miura is a playwright, director, and head of the company lolo. His work re-examines the relationships within families and between lovers, creating strange and original versions of the classic boy-meets-girl story. Pop culture references from both East and West fill his work, helping to attract a wide range of fans across different ages and genders. He is also active as a TV drama scriptwriter, music video director, and workshop instructor. Since 2015, his output has included high school theatre. He was shortlisted for the 60th Kishida Kunio Drama Award. http://loloweb.jp/