Not Held at the Japan Society – THE WATER STATION (Mizu no Eki)

September 7, 2005
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Wednesday, September 7 –  Sunday, September 11

Weeknights,  8:30pm
Friday, 8:30 and 10:30pm
Saturday, 4pm and 8:30pm
Sunday, Septermber 11 4pm

Shogo Ohta’s compelling look at time and silence between strangers, lovers, young men, a girl.

Shogo Ohta, one of Japan’s most distinguished director/playwrights, contends that we spend nearly 90% of our lives silent, and the frantic speed of daily life has become our “new morality.” His quiet piece reveals travelers who reach for intimacy in a public place.

The director, Steve Pearson, as well as performers Robyn Hunt, Maile Holck, Peter Kyle and Scott Giguere, travelled to Kyoto in 2002 to work with Mr. Ohta.

Tickets:   H.E.R.E.  Arts Center, 145 Avenue of the Americas (6th between Spring and Broome)  212. 868.4444

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  • September 7, 2005 – September 11, 2005