Not Held at the Japan Society – Theatre Arts Japan Presents: A Series of Staged Readings

September 6, 2005
Not Held at the Japan Society – Theatre Arts Japan Presents: A Series of Staged Readings

Japanese and War
September 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 24, 25


–There was a war in my country 60 years ago. (…so I hear)


60 years after the end of World War II, Japan’s memory of war is getting faint, yet the shadow of it is still here. So is the same unfounded fear against races. This staged reading series is not for raising voice against this, but for giving us all a chance to revisit the piece of sad history that should not be repeated.


“Citizen of Seoul”
September 6 (8 pm) and 24 (5 pm)


Written by Oriza Hirata. Directed by Catherine Miller  


“The Uniform”
September 12 (8 pm) and 13 (8 pm)


Written by Kobo Abe. Directed by Jun Kim


“Happy Lads”
September 19 (8 pm) and 20 (8 pm)


Written by Hideo Tsuchida. Directed by Michael Billingsley

“Dust Strom”
September 24 (8 pm) and 25 (3 pm)


Written by Rick Foster. Directed by Yukako Yamazoe


At American Theatre of Actors: 314 W 54th Street (Bet 8th Avenue and 9th Avenue) 2nd FL


Ticket Price: Free (Suggested donation $5)


For information: [email protected] or visit: www.TheatreArtsJapan.org



 

  • September 6, 2005 – September 25, 2005