Having caught the eye of Australian producer and theater impresario Shakti when it garnered rave reviews at the Avignon Festival in France in 2013, The SHOW was performed at the Adelaide Fringe, a huge arts festival that attracts audiences and directors from across the globe. Blending contemporary Japanese pop culture with Japan’s unique theatrical traditions, this is a work of stage art that provides an accessible insight into the richness and infinite potential of Japanese culture. Performing arts also provide opportunities for international cultural exchange with overseas audiences and artists participating in arts festivals.
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The many prizes won by this ensemble include the Grand Prize in the Kobe Biennale Street Performance Competition.
They welcome audiences of all ages – from babes in arms upwards – at their performances each year. They hold cultural performances at over 100 educational institutions annually, ranging from nursery schools to high schools. The works that they performed at the Avignon Festival in France in 2010 and 2013 were highly acclaimed. Their busy international touring schedule includes performances in Singapore, China, Thailand, South Korea, and Italy, and they have also been invited to give 17 performances on a tour of France and Belgium. The ensemble has been officially recognized under the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s “Heaven Artist” program.
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