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Dora GARCÍA −Recture Performance “The Romeos”

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

Dora GARCÍA
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8.3 Sat 14:00/ 8.4 Sun 12:00

Artist:Dora GARCÍA
Title:The Romeos 
Venue:Large Rehearsal Room, Aichi Prefectural Art Theater
Language:English and Japanese (consecutive interpretation)
Running time:45 min (TBC)

• Ticket Information
Ticket price:¥1,300

▶︎All shows will be open seating, with order of entry determined by ticket number.
▶︎Door tickets for adults 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.
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Dora García develops her practice across a wide range of formats, from media and installation to performance, theater and drawing. Her work generates performative situations requiring the participation of the spectators, pushing them to reflect on controversial issues related to institutional environments. A performer often intervenes in these environments, affecting or modifying the works according to any type of action taken or decision made by the audience. García’s projects explore the relationships between the artist, the work and the public, focusing on cultural communication processes and making visible the importance of the public’s critical participation.
Aug 3 - Aug 4, 2019
[ Sat ] - [ Sun ]
2:00 PM - 1:00 PM JST
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Venue
Large Rehearsal Room, Aichi Prefectural Art Theater
Tickets
8/3 Sat 14:00 SOLD OUT ¥1,300
8/4 Sun 12:00 SOLD OUT ¥1,300
Venue Address
名古屋市東区東桜1-13-2 Japan
Organizer
AICHI TRIENNALE 2019 PERFORMING ARTS
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