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Toshima Civic Center

Music drama How Was It For You? ​

​​Inspired by Ogai Mori's short story Vita Sexualis, composer Francesca Leroy will create an original musical play. Together with creative members with various backgrounds, we will continue to connect cultural pipes through individual collaborations that transcend national borders.

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Music drama How Was It For You? ​
Music drama How Was It For You? ​

日時・場所

18 May 2022, 7:00 pm – 20 May 2022, 10:00 pm

Toshima Civic Center, Japan, 1-20-10 Higashiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 170-0013

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​​Information

May 18 (Wednesday): 19:00 -Preview Performance May 19 (Thursday): 19:00-performance + talk session★Talk guest: Taishi Nukata (composer, director)May 20 (Fri): 14:00-Performance + Talk session★Talk guest: How Was It For You? Creative membersMay 20: 18:00-performance + talk session★Talk guest: Ken Takiguchi (dramaturg, translator) ​ *Performance time is about 50 minutes plus a talk session. *If you have cold symptoms such as fever or cough, please consult a medical institution before participating. *We have alcohol for hand disinfection at the entrance, so please use it. *Please cooperate in wearing a mask.

​ Venue

​ Toshima Civic Center Small HallAccess information: https://toshima-civic-center.jp/access/

​ Ticket price

​Preview performance: 1000 yen [students and general public / complete reservation system] *Only a few tickets ​Student fee: 2000 yen General: 3000 yen On the day : 3500 yen​

​ ticket sales

2022​April 4 [Mon]  12:00~

Ticket reservation method

Inquiry formPlease enter your name, desired performance date, and number of tickets.

​Talk Guest

★Masashi Nukata  Masashi Nukata Composer and director. Born in Tokyo in 1992. Head of the 8-member band "Tokyo Shiokoji" and the theater company "Nutmic". Based on the question, "What is a performance?", he presents works that expand the framework of the performing arts by writing and directing with a background in music. Also active as a stage music composer, participating in Q, Pascal Rambert, Teita Iwabuchi, and the Compsons. Lately, I've been working hard to organize aimless gatherings. ​ ​ Ken Takiguchi  Ken Takiguchi Dramaturge, translator. Based in Malaysia and Singapore from 1999 to 2016, obtained a PhD from the National University of Singapore. Editorial board member of TURBA: The Journal for Global Practices in Live Arts Curation. He has served as Deputy Director of the Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur, Executive Councilor of Theater Company Necessary Stage (Singapore), Research Fellow of National University of Singapore Department of English and Literature, Department of Theater Studies, etc. Currently working at Setagaya Public Theatre. Part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts and Tama Art University.

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