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Performance information

Association-sponsored performance

OTA Art Project Magome Writers' Village Fantasy Theater Festival 2021 ~ Theatrical performances & talk events

A theater performance by Yamanote Jijosha, a theater company based in Ota Ward, and a talk event with special guests are held.
We will also introduce the contents of this year's fantasy theater festival.

* One seat will be sold in the normal seating arrangement without leaving one seat in the front, back, left and right.
* If there is a change in the event holding requirements at the request of Tokyo and Ota Ward, we will change the start time, suspend sales, set the upper limit of the number of visitors, etc.
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2021 / 12 / 5 (sun)

Schedule ① 13:00 start (12:30 open)
② Start at 16:00 (Open at 15:30)
Venue Daejeon Bunkanomori Hall
Genre Performance (Other)

Performance / song

[First half] Theatrical performance "Otafuku" (Original: Shugoro Yamamoto, Director: Masahiro Yasuda)

[Second half] Talk event

Appearance

[first half]

Theatrical company Yamanote Jijosha

[Latter half]

① Guest

Sakumi Hagiwara (Director, Maebashi Literature Museum)
Yukiko Seike (manga artist)

② Guest

Mie Muraoka (English literary and translator)
Eri Muraoka (writer)

Ticket information

Ticket information

Release date: April 2021, 10 (Wednesday) 13: 10-

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Price (tax included)

All seats specified
2,000 yen each time

※ preschooler admission not

Performers / work details

Director
Masahiro Yasuda (Director / Director of Yamanote Jijo)
Sakumi Hagiwara
Sakumi Hagiwara (Director, Maebashi Literature Museum)
Seike Yukiko
Yukiko Seike (manga artist)
Mie Muraoka
Mie Muraoka (English literary and translator)
Mie Muraoka (writer)
Eri Muraoka (writer)

Sakumi Hagiwara (Director, Maebashi Literature Museum)

Born November 1946, 11 in Tokyo.Professor Emeritus of Tama Art University.Director of Maebashi Literature Museum.Videographer.My mother is the novelist Yoko Hagiwara.My grandfather is the poet Sakutaro Hagiwara. In 14, participated in the launch of the theater laboratory, Tenjo Sajiki, presided over by Shuji Terayama.Active as an actor and director. In 1967, participated in the video open space of Katsuhiro Yamaguchi and Fujiko Nakaya.Produced a video work. In 1972, the monthly "Madhouse" was launched by Parco Publishing.Serves as editor-in-chief. 1975 Lecturer at Tama Art University.Since then, he has served as a professor, dean, dean, and director. He has been in his current position since 1982.Main work "Shuji Terayama in Memories" Chikuma Shobo. "Everyday is an adventure" March Shobo. "Capture time" Film Art Co., Ltd. "Theatrical Experiments / People on the Ceiling Pier" Froebel-kan. "If you die, you can write anything," Shinchosha. "Dramatic life is the truth" Shinchosha.

Yukiko Seike (manga artist)

After serializing "5 Centimeters Per Second" (Original / Makoto Shinkai) "Serious Time", the 20th Japan Media Arts Festival Media Received the New Face Award in the Manga Division at the Arts Festival and the 19th Sense of Gender Award Grand Prize.Currently, the reboot work "Howling at the Moon" is being serialized.

Mie Muraoka (English literary and translator)

Completed the first half of the doctoral course at Japan Women's University Graduate School.Engaged in the management and research of the works of his grandmother Hanako Muraoka with her sister Eri Muraoka, and was involved in the planning of the "Hanako Muraoka Exhibition Corner" in Toyo Eiwa Jogakuin.We will also work to promote friendly relations between Japan and Canada.Translations include "Ann's Memories of Days" (Shincho Bunko, 2012), "Prince and Kojiki" (Gakken Plus, 2016), "Hilda-san and 3 Bikinokozaru" (Tokuma Shoten, 2017), "Hibike I" No Utagoe ”(Fukuinkan Shoten, 2021). In 2008, he worked as a supplementary translation for Hanako Muraoka's "Anne of Green Gables" series (Shincho Bunko).

Eri Muraoka (writer)

Graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Letters, Seijo University.After working as a journalist, engaged in the management and research of materials and collections of grandmother Hanako Muraoka with her sister, Mie Muraoka.We will also work to promote friendly relations between Japan and Canada.The book "Ann's Cradle-The Life of Hanako Muraoka-" (Magazine House, 2008 / Shinchosha [Bunko], 2011) is the original draft of the 2014 NHK morning serial TV novel "Hanako to Anne".Other books include "Hugging Anne" (picture by Seizo Watase / NHK Publishing, 2014), and edited by "Hanako Muraoka and the World of Red-haired Anne" (Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 2013).His recent book is "The Last Dance is Tokiko Iwatani's Story" (Kobunsha, 2019), which depicts the life of the lyricist Tokiko Iwatani.