Sexual Practices of the Japanese
A co-presentation with the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival
?Some of Canada's best experimental theatre makers?? The Georgia Straight
A scintillating peek into the world of common stereotypes surrounding Japanese culture. This sometimes-irreverent trilogy of interweaving one-acts takes us from a crowded commuter train to one of Tokyo's infamous love hotels, touching on work, office parties, and Seattle Mariners star fielder (and Japanese icon) Ichiro Suzuki. A new collectively created work, written and performed by Manami Hara, Hiro Kanagawa and Maiko Bae Yamamoto , and directed by James Long and Yamamoto.
Long and Yamamoto founded Theatre Replacement in 2003 to explore one and two-person performances. Last year the company premiered two plays, The Empty Orchestra and Broiler . Sexual Practices of the Japanese premieres as part of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival. PuSh is a multidisciplinary festival dedicated to presenting groundbreaking new work from Vancouver and beyond.
Tickets: $20 general, $15 students/seniors
Subscription tickets: $12 / $10 on Wednesday
Added by taikotea on December 6, 2005