"Hold the Clock" Exhibition

Zou-no-hana Terrace

poster for "Hold the Clock" Exhibition

This event has ended.

"Hold the Clock" is a documentary-style theater piece that emerged out of an encounter between the New York-based Yoshiko Chuma and the Kamakura-based creative collective Root Culture. Although it is based on the postmodern Japanese literary masterpiece "Goodbye Gangs" by Genichiro Takahashi, a writer who also has strong connections to Root Culture, "Hold the Clock" is a hybrid mix of a variety of media, including theater, dance, film, music and food. An installation that makes use of the stage set and film footage will also be exhibited at the same venue in advance of the performance.

Mini performances will be held every day for the duration of the event, with the form of each day's performance changing daily.

A post-performance talk by Yoshiko Chuma and invited guests will be held as follows:
February 26th (Fri) with Tetsuya Ozaki (editor of ART iT)
February 27th (Sat) with Genichiro Takahashi

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Schedule

From 2010-02-14 To 2010-02-28

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Reviews

sumiya: (2010-02-11)

●本公演
2月26日(金) 開場18:45 開演19:30
2月27日(土) 開場18:45 開演19:30
2月28日(日) 開場18:45 開演19:30

開演までの時間、宙トリップによる天然酵母のパンや鎌倉野菜のスープも提供します。(有料)

sumiya: (2010-02-14)

毎日13時よりパフォーマンスと公開リハを開催します。

初日14日は、おおたか静流・西村未奈・樋口信子・井上幸太郎が登場。音楽は瀬藤康嗣。ぜひ公演だけでなく14日の展示から遊びにいらしてください。

sumiya: (2010-02-21)

JAPANTIMESにも紹介されました
http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fq20100219a1.html

sumiya: (2010-02-21)

JAPANTIMESにも紹介されました
http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fq20100219a1.html

sumiya: (2010-02-27)

26日初日無事終えることができました。ありがとうございます。

27日のチケットは完売しました。

28日は当日券にまだ余裕がありますので、お早めにご来場ください。

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