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Dates: September 18 & 19, 2016
Show Times: See below
Location: World Peace Theatre in Kawasaki ::CLICK HERE FOR MAP::
Tickets (for both shows)
Child: (14 and under): 2000 yen (for both plays)
Adult: 3500 yen (for both plays)
More details on single show ticket pricing below.
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The Yokohama Theatre Group is proud to announce The Full Gamut, a double bill of physical theatre shows presented back-to-back. Miss Hiccup is suitable for the whole family, so bring your kids as well! Watch one show, or both, at any time during the weekend. Both shows contain very little spoken language and are appropriate for English and non-English speakers alike.

13616256_10154329563357718_1155882934_oA Day in the Life of Miss Hiccup - A Physical Comedy

Show Length: 60 minutes
September 18 - 11:00, 14:30, 18:00
September 19 - 11:00 & 15:30
Tickets (for just this one show)
Adult - 2500 Yen
Child (14 and under) - 1000 Yen
Oyako Pair Ticket (1 adult & 1 child): 3000
Add 1000 yen (adult) or 500 yen (child) to watch the other show

A hilarious and beautiful story by award-winning clown and performer Yanomi. The mysterious Miss Hiccup lives alone, but is definitely not lonely. She is forever accompanied by a raucous cast of sounds and music that make her life an absurd adventure.

This show is suitable for children of all ages, so bring your kids! There will be pillow and bench seating available so that kids will be able see the show clearly and enjoy the show.

A Day in the Life of Miss Hiccup has been touring the world since 2010 and has received many rave reviews.

“As clown ratings go," wrote the Montreal Gazette, “the irresistible Yanomi is right up there with the best of the Cirque du Soleil pros.”

"It’s not often you run across a show that is satisfying for adults, kids, performers and stoners of all ages, but that’s exactly what you get with this charming and quite often hilarious fast-paced slice of Tokyo clowning." -- Monday Magazine, Victoria, Canada.

TPhoto by John Matthewsouch Me Not - A Physical Drama

Show Length: 60 minutes
Show Times:
September 18 - 12:30, 16:00, 19:30
September 19 - 12:30, 17:00
Tickets (for just this one show)
Adult - 2500 Yen
Child (14 and under) - 1000 Yen
Oyako Pair Ticket (1 adult & 1 child): 3000
Add 1000 yen (adult) or 500 yen (child) to watch the other show

A film-maker struggles to detach himself from his past, after the tragic loss of his actress wife and the films they made together. Entangled in his world of memories and dreams, he is barely aware of the young woman who moves silently around him with a broom and a dust cloth.

Touch Me Not is a indefinable story that weaves together the sweep of a broom and the execution of a hero, the whirring of a film projector and the strumming of a guitar, the poetry of the greats and the word “farewell”.

Featuring YTG ensemble members Andrew Woolner and Naoe Kawamoto and directed by associate artist and YTG regular Tania Coke, Touch Me Not is a brand new show that is sure to engage the heart and the mind. For more info about Touch Me Not, ::CLICK HERE::.

NOTE: Touch Me Not is not a kids’ show. While there is no content that is inappropriate for children, this show may not be as interesting for kids, particularly younger ones.

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