Set in 16th century Japan and inspired by Ryunosuke Aktuagawa's short story Rashomon , Yass Hakoshima's newest movement-theatre work explores the relationship between a professional thief and a wealthy samurai. The work explores what Gia Kourlos of the NY Times described as "...suffused with humor, pathos, gentleness and precision that remains entirely his own."
Experience the unification of mime and movement theatre with dance, music and sculpture.
Ticket information: Peggy Welch, 609-267-0830, ext. 3320
The world premiere of this work was April 29, 2009 at
DOLAN PERFORMANCE HALL
AT COLLEGE OF ST. ELIZABETH
2 CONVENT ROAD