Ticket information for South Hall, ROHM Theatre Kyoto(Kyoto Kyoto)
Is it possible to play not only for people who are here? Can theater create a world where people and things are not master-slave relationships, but exist as an infinitely flat relationship?
In Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture, which was heavily damaged by the Great East Japan Earthquake, construction work is being carried out on hills to prevent tsunami damage in order to restore the lives of the people who have lost. The height raised from the original ground is more than 10 meters. The soil for that purpose is provided by cutting down the surrounding mountains so large that they can not keep their original shape.
Toshiki Okada visited the area in 2017, and started a new concept to question the "human scale" in the wake of having witnessed a landscape that can be artificially remodeled at an astonishing speed. To the collaborators, Teppei Kenji welcomes the artist, who uses collage as the main method, and greeds theatrical point of view to extend the field of creation. In addition, a new approach will be attempted for the body and language of the actors, while incorporating "visual theatre", in which Cherfitsch has been active since last year. What is the landscape that appears before it deviates from humanisticism?
The latest form of chelfitsch which keeps updating the play.
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Event and ticketing information
South Hall, ROHM Theatre Kyoto(Kyoto Kyoto)
ロームシアター京都 サウスホール(京都府 京都市)
Price1,000 JPY ～
4,000 JPY(tax included)
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