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"Setagaya Public Theater Junior High School Drama Club" (3rd semester)

"Setagaya Public Theater Junior High School Drama Club" is a workshop where junior high school students from various schools gather to create a play together.Although it is irregular, it is held throughout the year.

* This year's "Setagaya Public Theater Junior High School Drama Club" will be held as a trial project in line with the regional transition of club activities at Setagaya Ward Junior High Schools.

"Setagaya Public Theater Junior High School Drama Club" (3rd semester)
Schedule March 3th (Wednesday) 27:13-00:16 "Let's all act out different versions of ourselves"
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Facilitator Nakajima Azusaori (Iihenji)
Place Setagaya Public Theater Rehearsal Hall (in front of Sangenjaya Station "Carrot Tower")
Target Middle school students
Recruitment number 12 Rooms
*This fiscal year, the junior high school students recruited this time will work together with the junior high school students who participate throughout the year, as this is a trial project in line with the regional transition of Setagaya Ward junior high school club activities.
Entry fee Free
*This year will be free of charge as it is a trial project in line with the regional transition of club activities at junior high schools in Setagaya Ward.
Contact Setagaya Public Theater Gakugei
03-5432-1526

Overview

People who want to try new things in the new semester.
People who want to get some hints from the drama club at school.
People who don't have drama clubs in their schools.
People who aren't part of the drama club, but are actually interested in theater.
People who want to talk to people from other schools.

Junior high school students, why don't you come and visit us at the theater?
People who are new to theater and those who are not good at expressing themselves are of course welcome!
A very interesting theater is born by gathering various people.
We are looking forward to your participation!

Program details

Schedule March 3th (Wednesday) 27:13-00:16 "Let's all act out different versions of ourselves"
Message When I start writing a script for a play, my starting point is always the small ``moyamoya'' that I feel in my daily life.
The gestures of people we see on the street, the little things our family and friends say to us, the people on the other end of the TV or smartphone, past events that suddenly come to mind, and so on. Also, I have many different ways of thinking and feeling about each "moyamoya", and I don't know which one is true! It becomes a mess. Does that happen to you too?
There's no end to thinking about it in your head, so here's one thing: the various versions of yourself (your angry self, your sad self, your happy self, your thinking self, your cool self, etc.) How about we all divide up and try acting? Maybe for a little while, the messy threads will unravel and you'll see something?
People who want to share their own "moyamoya", people who want to imagine someone else's "moyamoya",
Let's exchange voices through theater!
You might try using the script I wrote, so stay tuned!
From facilitator Azusaori Nakajima
Facilitator Nakajima Azusaori (Iihenji)
Place Setagaya Public Theater Rehearsal Hall (in front of Sangenjaya Station "Carrot Tower")
Target Middle school students
Recruitment number 12 Rooms
*This fiscal year, the junior high school students recruited this time will work together with the junior high school students who participate throughout the year, as this is a trial project in line with the regional transition of Setagaya Ward junior high school club activities.
Entry fee Free
*This year will be free of charge as it is a trial project in line with the regional transition of club activities at junior high schools in Setagaya Ward.
Belongings Indoor shoes * Please bring your own shoes to prevent injuries.
drink

way to participate

Reception start and deadline

Application acceptance starts: February 2024, 2 (Sunday) 25:10~
*Accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.


How to apply

After confirming the following three items, please apply from the following web form after the application reception start date.

*At the time of application, you agree to the following items.Please be sure to check.
*There are stairs on the route to the venue.If you have difficulty using the stairs, please let us know in advance in the comments section.

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Form

March 3th (Wednesday) 27:13-00:16 "Let's all act out different versions of ourselves"

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Request matter

[Requests for participating in the workshop (XNUMX)]
・If you are not feeling well, please take a rest.
・You cannot participate if you have a fever of 37.5 degrees or higher.
・Please use your own judgment when putting on and taking off a mask.

[Requests for participating in the workshop (XNUMX)]
◆Personal information received at the time of application will be managed in accordance with the Setagaya Cultural Foundation Personal Information Protection Regulations.
◆We may be interviewed during the WS/lecture, or we may take photos or videos for use in promotional materials, publications, lectures, exhibitions, etc.
◆Please refrain from taking pictures or recording videos during the WS/lecture.
◆If you are injured during the WS/lecture, if the organizer is at fault, we will compensate you within the scope of your insurance.
◆You may be asked to leave if you disturb other participants.
*Measures to prevent the spread of infection are subject to change.

[Confirmation of business operation system]
This year, the Setagaya Ward Board of Education, the Setagaya Ward Junior High School, and the Setagaya Public Theatre, will work together as a "trial project in line with the transition of club activities from Setagaya Ward Junior High Schools."We will operate in accordance with the regulations set by the Setagaya Ward Board of Education.

Facilitator profile

Nakajima Azusaori (Iihenji)

Playwright, director, actor, workshop facilitator. He presides over Iihenji. His playwriting focuses on verbalizing personal feelings and emotions as a starting point for questioning, and his productions bring out the humor and loveliness of people who think too much. His work places emphasis on dialogue during the creative process. His representative works include ``Summer Sleep/Oversleep'' (Finalist for the 7th Sendai Short Drama Award) and ``Medicine to Get Medicine'' (Finalist for the 67th Kishida Drama Award).

Organized by

Setagaya Ward Board of Education

Planning and production

Setagaya Public Theatre

Contact

Setagaya Public Theater Gakugei

TEL. 03-5432-1526

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