This is a new project from the Okazaki Art Theater headed by Yudai Kamisato. This is its first project, one and half years after black coffee (not for drinkinging), a finalists for the prestigious Kishida Kunio Drama Award.
The subject is Japanese people and the mixing of mother tongues from Kamisatoec works that focus on the problems of immigrants and laborers and their relationships centering around the issues of nationality. Kamisatoha research of people of Japanese descent who went from Okinawa to Peru and to the U.S.A. is reflected in this project. Rehearsals are divided into two phases, July 2014 and January 2015, and are designed to make the work reach even deeper levels.
Okazaki Art Theater
The Okazaki Art Theater was founded in 2011 to perform the works of Yudai Kamisato, director and writer.
It is based in Tokyo and Kanagawa.
Representative performances (all written and directed by Yudai Kamisato:
Mr. Haircut (2009, finalist for the 54th Kishida Kunio Drama Awards,
There Is No City for Us (2011) Hemispherical Red and Black (2011, presented by Festival/Tokyo
The Absence of Neighbor Jimmy (2012, presented by Festival/Tokyo
black coffee (not for drinking) (2013, finalist for the 58t Kishida Drama Awards)
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