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TPAM in Yokohama 2014 (International Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2014) program details announced
 
Organized as an international platform for professionals in the performing arts field, TPAM in Yokohama 2014 will be held from February 8 to 16 with main venues at the Yokohama Creativecity Center (YCC), Kanagawa Arts Theatre (KAAT), BankART Studio NYK, Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Number 1 and ST Spot Yokohama.
The “TPAM Direction” program put together by young presenters (Masashi Nomura, Takuo Miyanaga, Fumi Yokobori and Katsuhiro Ohira) presents a showcase lineup of seven works. Nomura presents two works by Shuta Hasunuma and HANCHU-YUEI; Miyanaga presents a collaborative work by Hideaki Hamada, Kai Takizawa and Yukio Shiba ; Ohira presents two works, one by Kim Itoh and Zan Yamashita and the other by Yukina Sakai and Momoko Shiraga; Yokobori presents two works by Jun Tsuboi and Sioned Huws.
The “International Showcase” program organized through tie-ups with overseas performing arts organizations presents four works from France, Korea Republic, Finland and China. The works include an international collaboration by director Joris Lacoste and Japan’s Seinendan company titled La chorale de l’Encyclopédie de la parole (The choir of the Encyclopedia of speech); a stage production by director Eun Young Jung on the subject of Yeosung Gukgeuk (women’s national theater), a form of traditional Korean opera; a two-part performance art work by Xiao Ke and Zhu Jia Jiao with a total length of eight hours that was performed in the streets of Shanghai.
In the “TPAM Showcase” program of performances held over the same period in the Tokyo and Yokohama area, the winner of the Jury Prize of the Yokohama Dance Collection EX 2011 Competition I, Pijin Neji will perform a new work; there will also be a new work by mum & gypsy, a dance version of Junnosuke Tada’s representative work Re/Play, a production [of Beckett’s Happy Days by the theater company ARICA and a latest work by the Miss Revolutionary Idol Berserker unit led by Toco Nikaido, and more.
There is also the “TPAM Exchange” program that facilitates networking by international and domestic presenters, the plenary meeting of the Open Network for Performing Arts Management (ON-PAM), and a symposium of the Performing Arts AIR Meeting, etc. For details and participation applications access the site below.
+TPAM in Yokohama 2014 (International Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2014)
http://www.tpam.or.jp/2014/?lang=en
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