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Established in 1953, the Performing Arts Program has introduced audiences to Japan's contemporary performance scene as well as its traditional dance, music and theater through more than 500 individual programs. Highlights include premiere presentations of the Grand Kabuki to the popular annual Contemporary Japanese Dance Showcase. A recent commission, the Bessie Award-winning Dogugaeshi by puppet master Basil Twist, toured Japan in 2007 as part of Japan Society's centennial celebration.
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JAPAN SOCIETY PERFORMING ARTS 2008-09 SEASON:
Beyond Boundaries: Genre-Bending Mavericks

Whether melding new technologies with age-old performance techniques, marrying the classical with the ultra-modern, or weaving text into dance and the fabric of space itself, there is much to discover beyond boundaries. This year, Performing Arts celebrates the Japanese artists whose works have reached beyond conventional expectations of disciplines and categories to define their parameters on their own terms, offering unparalleled surprise as well as true artistry.
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http://www.japansociety.org/performing_arts_program

The Japan Society Performing Arts 2008-09 Season Line-up

PERFORMANCE/THEATER:
Arica Performance Company: Kiosk
September 2008
For more info on Arica, click here

MUSIC:
Gagaku Revolution: New Sounds of Ancient Bamboo
October 2008
For more info on Reigakusha, click here

DANCE/LIGHT PERFORMANCE:
True: Takayuki Fujimoto x Takao Kawaguchi x Tsuyoshi Shirai
November 2008
For more info on "True," click here

MUSIC:
Tzadik Label Music Series IV: Tribute to Teiji Ito
December 2008
For more info on Tzadik, click here

DANCE:
12th Annual Contemporary Dance Showcase Phase 2: Japan + East Asia
January 2009
For more info on Yoko Higashino, click here

THEATER/DANCE:
Chelfitsch Theater Company: Five Days in March
February 2009
For more info on Chelfitsch, click here

TRADITIONAL PUPPETRY:
Awaji Puppet Theater Company
March 2009

THEATER:
Play Reading Series: Enjoy by Toshiki Okada
April 2009
For more info on the Pig Iron Theatre Company, click here

DANCE/INSTALLATION:
Hiroaki Umeda
May 2009
For more info on Hiroaki Umeda, click here

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Check out reviews for Hiroaki Umeda!!

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“Dazzling… eye-popping … Umeda uses very specific limited movement, seemingly becoming a three-dimensional force emanating from the screen, part MATRIX, part TRON, trapped in a digitized computer world… a beautiful, exhausting display of raw physical talent and studied control.”



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