Note: Comprehension of English is not necessary to enjoy this show as it contains no spoken language. All ages are welcome, but the creators recommend age 13 and up.
Show Times: Saturday, November 4 @ 16:00
Location: World Peace Theatre in Kawasaki ::CLICK HERE FOR MAP::
Student: 1500 yen
Adult: 3000 yen
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YTG is overjoyed to present the Reallynice Physical Theatre Company's show: Two Little Boxes.
A wordless blend of dance, mime, acrobatics and clowning, Two Little Boxes is Reallynice Physical Theatre's brand new show about why on earth men are the way they are. Equal parts touching and hilarious, the show tells the ridiculous coming-of-age story of A and J, two little boys growing into two little men. The performance runs 55 minutes and will be followed by a short Q&A period.
After a great run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year ('clever, funny, touching' - The Scotsman), the team are touring China and Japan, aiming to raise intercultural discussions about the construction of dominant forms of gender identity (particularly masculinities), filming a documentary as they go.
One of the creators of Two Little Boxes, Alex Gomar, has previously performed on the YTG stage as Count Claudio in 2010's Much Ado About Nothing, part of Pembroke Players' Japan Shakespeare tour. Since then, he's graduated from Cambridge University and moved from Shakespeare to physical theatre, crossing a good chunk of the world on his artitstic journey. We're happy that his current tour has brought him back to us.
Formed in 2016, the Reallynice Physical Theatre company is a dynamic and ambitious international touring physical theatre company, and has as its root aim the desire to facilitate intercultural communications through the performing arts.
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