Establishing theatre from the familiar city
Led by the playwright Naoyuki Miura, whose forte is creating stories out of locations and memories, this theatre workshop is open to anyone. Participants research the Otsuka area, where the festival’s opening production takes place, and then work together to create a story.
Please check the Japanese festival website for more information.
|Venue||Minami-Otsuka Community Culture Center|
|Participants||Suitable for all ages (legal guardian required for participants of elementary school age or younger)|
|Capacity||15 per session|
|Reservations||Online reservations open in August|
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.
Online reservations open in August.