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Alternative theater created with local people ~ From the Minoh City case study "Theatre Workshop Family Scenes" ~ SPT Laboratory Lecture

Alternative theater created with local people ~ From the Minoh City case study "Theatre Workshop Family Scenes" ~ SPT Laboratory Lecture
Schedule Wednesday, June 2024, 6 12:18-30:21
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lecturer Junnosuke Tada/Director
Nanae Mori / Minoh City Maple Cultural Foundation
Venue Setagaya Culture and Lifestyle Information Center Seminar Rooms A and B
Sangenjaya Station "Carrot Tower" 5th floor
Target Anyone
Capacity 50 people *Accepted on a first-come, first-served basis
Entry fee 1,000 yen *Payment on the day/cash only
Contact Us Setagaya Public Theater Gakugei
03-5432-1526

Overview

In recent years, various theater practices created with local people that are not limited by traditional forms have been developed across the country. Although these non-commercial efforts produced solid results, they were difficult to get noticed and appreciated due to the lack of performance opportunities and the impossibility of repeat performances. At Setagaya Public Theater, we are starting a series in which we will hear from creators about these efforts across the country.

As an example, we would like to introduce the Minoh City project ``Theatre Workshop: Family Scenes.'' We talked about "family" with the people who had gathered, created a play based on the stories told, and held a recital. The speakers were Nanae Mori of the Minoh City Maple Cultural Foundation, the organizer of this event, and Junnosuke Tada, who was in charge of facilitating and directing the event. In the first half, you will be asked to report on the circumstances, background, and process that led to the implementation. In the second half, the two speakers talked about how Mr. Tada reconsidered ``theatre'' during his activities, and what kind of influence the ``theatre'' he created there had on local people. As we listen to their stories, we would like to open up a discussion that includes the venue about the nature and possibilities of alternative theater.

 

What is SPT Laboratory?
This is Setagaya Public Theater's human resources development project, where people from various backgrounds gather to share their interests and issues regarding the relationship between theater workshops and society, and to think, experiment, and develop each other.

Program details

Schedule Wednesday, June 2024, 6 12:18-30:21
Message “Theatre created with the community - From the Minoh City case study ``Theatre Workshop Family Scene'' - SPT Laboratory Lecture
lecturer Junnosuke Tada/Director
Nanae Mori / Minoh City Maple Cultural Foundation
Venue Setagaya Culture and Lifestyle Information Center Seminar Rooms A and B
Sangenjaya Station "Carrot Tower" 5th floor
Target Anyone
Capacity 50 people *Accepted on a first-come, first-served basis
Entry fee 1,000 yen *Payment on the day/cash only

way to participate

Reception start and deadline

*Reception on a first-come, first-served basis


How to apply

Please specify (1) to (9) and apply using the web form.

(1) Name (furigana) (2) E-mail address (3) Address (4) Telephone number (5) Age (6) Occupation (7) Motive for participation (8) Projects that have been carried out/involved in the past or future plans What I do (9) One word

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Wednesday, June 2024, 6 12:18-30:21

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Profile

Junnosuke Tada/Director

Head of Tokyo Deathlock. He has worked on a wide range of works, from classics to contemporary plays and performance works, and continues to question the reality of ownership in modern society. Based on the collaborative power of theater, we have been involved in activities with children and non-theatre specialists such as workshops at theaters across the country, citizen participation plays, and communication classes at schools, as well as many overseas collaborations with South Korea and Southeast Asia. Activities without borders. In 2014, she won the Directing Award at Korea's 50th Dong-A Drama Awards for ``Galmaegi''. In 2010, he became the artistic director of Fujimi Civic Cultural Center Kirari☆Fujimi, a position he held for three terms for nine years. Since 3, she has been serving as the festival brain as a planning member of the Tokyo Festival. She is a part-time lecturer at Shikoku Gakuin University and Joshibi University of Art and Design.

 

Nanae Mori / Minoh City Maple Cultural Foundation

Associate manager of the Art Creation Section of the Minoh City Maple Cultural Foundation and director of the Minoh City Southwest Lifelong Learning Center. Since joining the company, he has been involved in citizen collaboration projects, and in recent years has been in charge of the theater workshop ``School for Creating Yourself'' and the citizen participation play ``My Little Sister Sadie.'' He worked with Junnosuke Tada on 2021's ``Self-portrait of Minoh'' and 2024's ``Family View.''

Organized by

Setagaya Arts Foundation

Planning and production

Setagaya Public Theatre

Sponsorship

Setagaya-city

Contact

Setagaya Public Theater Gakugei

TEL. 03-5432-1526

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