ICHIHARA Satoko (Q) “The Bacchae−Holsteon Milk Cows”

This is a web-ticketing site in English for AICHI TRIENNALE 2019 Performing Arts Programs


10.11 Fri 19:00 / 10.12 Sat 19:00/10.13 Sun 19:00/10.14 Mon 14:00

Artist:ICHIHARA Satoko (Q)
Title:The Bacchae−Holsteon Milk Cows ※New Creation / World Premiere
Venue:Mini Theater, Aichi Prefectural Art Theater
Language: Japanese (with English surtitles)
Running time:120 min

• Ticket Information
Ticket price:Adults/¥3,000  U25/¥2,500

▶︎All shows will be open seating, with order of entry determined by ticket number.
▶︎U25 (for ages 25 and under) tickets will be available on the day of the show. Ticket holders must present their ID at the entrance.
▶︎Door tickets for adults and U25 cost an additional ¥500.
▶︎Information on door tickets will be announced on our website at a later date.

*Children below school age are not permitted.
*Childcare services will be available for all programs. Details will be announced at a later date.
*For wheelchair reservations please call our office at +81-52-971-6127.
*Performers and performances are subject to change without notice.

Ichihara Satoko has led the theater company Q since 2011. She writes and directs plays that deal with human behavior, the physiology of the body, and the unease surrounding these themes, using her unique sense of language and physical sensitivity. In one of her works, themes such as sex, cross mating and breeding are clinically portrayed through the viewpoint of women; the audience is showered with physically stimulating, verbal rampages and the actors execute their lines using their entire bodies—at times in the manner of caricature, at times in the manner of confession. Here, the patriarchal, anthropocentric narrative of sexuality and reproductive behavior is invalidated, and even the ethics and morals of the social majority are radically called into question.

For Aichi Triennale 2019, Ichihara will present the international premiere of a new work of fantasy. The piece will explore contemporary sexuality, reproduction, and madness through a liberal interpretation of the themes and structure of The Bacchae, the ancient Greek tragedy written by Euripides.
Oct 11 - Oct 14, 2019
[ Fri ] - [ Mon ]
7:00 PM - 4:00 PM JST
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Mini Theater, Aichi Prefectural Art Theater
10/11 Fri 19:00 Adults SOLD OUT ¥3,000
10/11 Fri 19:00 U25 SOLD OUT ¥2,500
10/12 Sat 19:00 Adults SOLD OUT ¥3,000
10/12 Sat 19:00 U25 SOLD OUT ¥2,500
10/13 Sun 19:00 Adults SOLD OUT ¥3,000
10/13 Sun 19:00 U25 SOLD OUT ¥2,500
10/14 Mon 14:00 Adults SOLD OUT ¥3,000
10/14 Mon 14:00 U25 SOLD OUT ¥2,500
Venue Address
名古屋市東区東桜1-13-2 Japan

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