NPO Dance Archive Concept
Anoni "The Man Who Sees the Beautiful Things"

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Anoni (Antony Hegati), a musician who led the cult-popular theater company Black Lips in the 1990s NY underground scene, returned to Japan. This is the world's first new production dedicated to transgender Japanese performer Julia Yasda and the dancer Yoshito Ono, who died in a hurry for the past day.

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Hosted? Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture Arts Council Tokyo ? Planning and management? NPO Dance Archive Concept


2020/5/21 (Thu) 〜2020/5/22 (Fri)

Thursday, May 21 19:00
Friday, May 22 19:00

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All seats reserved (advance): 3,500 yen (tax included)
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The NPO Dance Archive Initiative is an organization that promotes the dissemination of the significance of cross-sectional dance archives and the establishment of an international network, with the artistic assets and know-how of Kazuo Ono and Keito Ono Archive at its core. With the aim of contributing to the succession and promotion of dance culture, in addition to collecting and preserving materials, we also plan to produce works that utilize them. We are also working on the development of new archiving methods using 3D technology.


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