SPAC’s Fall to Spring Season 2023-2024 Features Junnosuke Tada as Director of “Izu no Odoriko”
Fumiya Uehara and LITTLE RED BOY to present their works, a joint project of Hate to Cheek
A story about people who don’t work hard, Aru☆Company Lab’s stage production of “POPPY!!!”will be performed again
The Global Debut of “IDEA”: a conversational play starring two androids at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
“CARRY IN PROJECT” by performance group Akumanoshirushi to be held in Marunouchi on September 20
A “unpolished” romantic comedy set in Odawara in winter, Karugamo Danchi’s performance “Shizuru, Shiramumade Ike”.
Gekidan5454’s new work “Kessho” with the theme of “childbirth” will be performed at Akasaka RED/THEATER in November.
Theater unit ♯Q’s “Self-Cover vol. 1,” in which Masuke Kubo directs himself from a script he wrote for an outside performance, will be performed in October, and a special Christmas performance is scheduled for December.
Director Pierre Audi’s Opera “Simon Boccanegra” to perform at New National Theatre, Tokyo
Kaki Kuu Kyaku to perform “Hone wa Darasu ni Umetekure” and “Nikushokujuu” in succession at The Suzunari in December.
Busstrio’s live performance piece “One. Montage” recreated version to be performed in October
The “Oh well” aesthetics that saved Otake@James.
A talk between Jinichiro Iida and Hiroo Nishizawa, who have seen BiSH at its closest. From the eve of the formation to the breakup live
Ayatake Ezaki’s solo debut album “Hajimari no Yoru”
A Personal History of Ayatake Ezaki.
Aftersun: memories and the present crossing over with the tunes
Araiyakushi’s jazz kissa rompercicci guides you to the fascination of inexpensive vinyls
Why did Kenichi Matsuyama change? After reevaluating his life, he found an alternative acting path.
Tokyo-based band cero’s Shohei Takagi looks back on their five years
When did we fall in love with money?
Enthusiasm for “EASTEAST_TOKYO2023”
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