"Theatrical Education in the World" "Theatre and Education"

SPT x ITI Lecture Series “Understanding contemporary theater around the world” July-October 2015

“Learn about contemporary theater around the world! What is the Lecture Series?
The Setagaya Public Theater (SPT), a public theater that engages in activities ranging from the creation of front-line productions to public awareness and human resource development projects for the local community, and the International Theater Institute Japan Center (ITI), which is the most knowledgeable about the world's theatrical trends, have teamed up. Lecture series I put together.
This year, we will develop lectures to learn about contemporary theater with the pillars of "contemporary theater in the world," "theater education in the world," "theater and education," and "theater and society."
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March 8 (Sat) 22: 14-00: 16 Acceptance end
9/29 (Tue) 19:00 ~ 21:00 Acceptance end
10/2 (Friday) 19:00-21:00 Acceptance end
9/29・10/2 [Apply twice] Acceptance end
Schedule ■ Theater education in the world
Vol.1 "Contemporary Stanislavski-Authentic Research and Practice"
8 month 22 day (Saturday) 14: 00 ~ 16: 00
Lecturer: Sergey Cherkassky (Leading Professor, St. Petersburg State University of Dramatic Arts, Russia)

■ Theater and Education
Vol.1 "High School Theater and Community Theater"
9 month 29 day (Tue) 19: 00 to 21: 00
Lecturer: Seigo Hatazawa (Playwright, Director, Aomori Chuo High School Drama Club Advisor)

Vol.2 “How to Create a Standard for Drama Education in Japan”
10 month 2 Date (gold) 19: 00 ~ 21: 00
Lecturers: [Tokyo University of the Arts Federation] Risako Ataka (Professor at Toho Gakuen College of Art), Toyomi Kano (Professor at Tama Art University), Kuniko Kisanuki (Professor at Oberlin University), Hisao Dazai (Professor at Tamagawa University), Katsunori Fukushima (Tama Art University) Professor Emeritus), Shuhei Fujisaki (Professor, Nihon University)
Message ◆ Theater education in the world
Vol.1 "Contemporary Stanislavski-Authentic Research and Practice"
Of course, the foundation of actor education in Russia is the Stanislavski system, but there were twists and turns in understanding this vast content.For example, Stanislavsky's "early" psycho-emotional elements (i.e., inner training) were neglected in the Soviet Union due to his "materialistic" stance, and vice versa in the United States.In this lecture, from among the system interpretations that became free after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Stanislavski focused on yoga, which is an ancient Indian philosophy and a method of mind-body training throughout his life, and introduced it into the system. , based on the latest data.

◆ Theater and Education
Vol.1 "High School Theater and Community Theater"
Hatazawa, who runs the theater company Watanabe Genshiro Shoten in Aomori and serves as an adviser to high school theater, will talk about high school theater from the keyword of community theater.
① High school theater in the community. - Why is high school drama despised?
XNUMX. The only and greatest mission of the drama club advisor is to "make the members graduate while still loving theatre."
③ What is the inevitability of “high school students” in “the land” of “modern times”?

Vol.2 “How to Create a Standard for Drama Education in Japan”
The history of practical theater education at Japanese universities has already spanned half a century, and each university has developed its own unique education, producing many talented people who will play a central role in the fields of theater and performing arts.However, there were few opportunities for practical exchange between universities.We will introduce the background and purpose of the establishment of the Tokyo Theater University Association, which was formed to share these issues, and report on the results and challenges of joint production performances so far, while considering the standards required for university theater education. I want to goIn addition, from the perspective of human resource development, I would like to examine how universities and theaters, and universities and society should cooperate.
Place ◆ Theater education in the world
Vol.1 Setagaya Cultural Life Information Center Seminar Room AB (Sangenjaya Station Front Carrot Tower 5F)
◆ Theater and Education
Vol.1 Setagaya Cultural Life Information Center Workshop Room A (Sangenjaya Station Front Carrot Tower 4F)
Vol.2 Setagaya Cultural Life Information Center Seminar Room A (Sangenjaya Station Front Carrot Tower 5F)
lecturer "profile"
◆ Theater education in the world
Vol.1 "Contemporary Stanislavski-Authentic Research and Practice"
Sergei Cherkassky
Professor at St. Petersburg Theater University.He is the head of the acting and directing department.He is one of the leading practitioners, educators and researchers of Stanislavski system research in the contemporary world.His academic efforts include comparative studies of the American method and the Stanislavski system, among others, while he is also a central player in the training of young actors at the St. Petersburg Theater Academy.This July, his book Stanislavski and Yoga will be published in Japan (Miraisha).

◆ Theater and Education
Vol.1 "High School Theater and Community Theater"
Seigo Hatasawa
Playwright and director. Born in Akita Prefecture in 1964.He is the owner of the theater company "Watanabe Genshiro Shoten".Based in Aomori City, he is developing theater activities nationwide. In 05, he won the Grand Prix at the Japan Playwrights Competition Short Drama Competition with "Go over my corpse", and in 08 he won the Grand Prix at the CoRich Performing Arts Festival with "Shoji-san no Son".His radio drama script won the Agency for Cultural Affairs Art Festival Grand Prize.A current high school teacher.He led the theater club he coached to XNUMX national competitions (including XNUMX best awards and XNUMX excellent awards).

Vol.2 “How to Create a Standard for Drama Education in Japan”
Federation of Tokyo Theater Colleges
Established in 2013 by five universities (J.F. Oberlin University, Tamagawa University, Tama Art University, Toho Gakuen College of Art, and Nihon University) that conduct performance training for the purpose of collaborating on educational and research activities related to the performing arts.Every year in September, they hold joint production performances and seek to establish a standard for theater education.This year, Hideki Noda's "Kanon" was performed at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater for the third time.
Entry fee 1000 yen each (500 yen for students *Student ID required)
*Please pay at the venue on the day of the course.
Recruitment number About 30 people each time
*We will accept on a first-come, first-served basis.Please note that the reception will be closed as soon as the capacity is reached.
申 込 み 方法 Please use the application form or contact the theater (03-5432-1526).
Setagaya Public Theater Gakugei 03-5432-1526 (10:19-XNUMX:XNUMX)
Remarks [Organizer] Setagaya Cultural Foundation / International Theater Association Japan Center
[Planner] Setagaya Public Theater / International Theater Association Japan Center
[Sponsor] Toray Industries, Inc.

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