Neptune Theatre Company and TIP Second Stage welcome New York Director Ross Williams, Artistic Director of NY Shakespeare Exchange and Executive Producer of The Sonnet Project, as Director of The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? winner of the 2002 Tony award for Best Play. Edward Albee's tragicomedy will also feature special guest Scenic Designer Klara Zieglerova (TONY nominated for Jersey Boys on Broadway) who will bring to life the physical world of the play.
The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?
is the tale of an architect, Martin, his wife Stevie, and their son
Billy, whose lives crumble when Martin has an extramarital affair. By
showing a family in crisis, Albee challenges the audience to question
their own moral judgment and taboos. The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? focuses on adult themes; no one under 15 will be admitted into the theater.
STARRING:Ed Gilmartin, Julie Sweum, Ian Martin, and Martin Leroux.
Jan 21st (Thurs) 7:30pm
Jan 22nd (Fri) 7:30pm
Jan 23rd (Sat) 1:30pm & 7:30pm
Jan 24th (Sun) 1:30pm & 7:30pm
Early Bird Reserved tickets: 3500 yen (before Dec 15, includes one drink)
Regular tickets: 4000 yen (from Dec 16, includes one drink)
Sangubashi TRANCE MISSION THEATER
Sangubashi Guest house B1,Yoyogi 4-50-8, Shibuya-ku Tokyo
Sangubashi (Odakyu line, 7 min walk))
Yoyogi-Koen (Chiyoda Metro line, 15min walk)
Map and link to theater site http://www.trance-mission.jp/access.html
Early bird tickets:
3500 yen (before Dec 15)
4000 yen (after Dec 15)
All ticket purchases come with one free drink.
Arrive early and enjoy the original cocktail based on the show!
Julie Sweum, Ed Gilmartin.
Martin Leroux, Ian Martin.
About the Director: Ross Williams founded New York Shakespeare Exchange as
a vehicle for engaging new audiences with classical theater. He is a
director, teacher and performer committed to the development of highly
theatrical work. Ross is also the Executive Producer of The Sonnet
Project. He has also spent many summers in Holland, Michigan working
with Hope Summer Repertory Theater directing numerous children's theater
productions including Charles Ludlam's The Enchanted Pig and a Kabuki re-telling of Hans Christian Andersen's The Ugly Duckling. http://www.shakespeareexchange.org/
About the Scenic Designer: Klara Zieglerovahas been designing for theatre in the United States and in Europe. Her work has been seen on Broadway in Sister Act, The Farnsworth Invention, Jersey Boys and The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life. In London’s West End she designed Sister Act
at the London Palladium and Jersey Boys at the Prince Edward's Theatre.
Klara received a Tony Award nomination for her design of Jersey Boys. http://www.klarazieglerova.com/
The Neptune Theatre Company
was created by two theatre artists to develop projects. In 2013 Neptune
Tokyo International Players (TIP)launched
Second Stage to provide an opportunity for artists to present
innovative shows in intimate settings, and to offer Tokyo audiences new
theatrical experiences. http://www.tokyoplayers.org/
Polaris Project Japan | Program Officer
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Degree Preferred: MA; BA required
Type: Full Time
Salary: 3,000,000～3,500,000yen/year dependent on experience and qualifications
Start Date: Available immediately
Languages Required: English, Japanese Position Description: Polaris Project is an internationally recognized organization headquartered in the United States that has been working to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery since 2002. Polaris Project Japan (PPJ) is a registered independent nonprofit located in Japan whose operations began in 2004.This position would be employed by Polaris Project Japan exclusively and would be located in the Tokyo. PPJ is one of the only nonprofit organizations working to fight human trafficking in Japan. Polaris Project has operated a local office in Tokyo, Japan since 2004. This office – Polaris Project Japan (PPJ) – is currently seeking a Program Officer, who will be primarily responsible for our public commu…
April 14-17, Black Stripe Theater will present the
acclaimed documentary playSEVEN @ Sangubashi
Transmission Theater SEVENWritten
byPaula Cizmar, Catherine Filloux, Gail Kriegel, Carol K. Mack, Ruth Margraff,
Anna Deavere Smith and Susan YankowitzSEVEN tells the true stories of seven women who
bravely fought for the well-being of women, families, and children around the
globe: in Russia, protecting women from domestic violence; in Cambodia,
rescuing girls from human trafficking; in Guatemala, giving voice to the
poor; in Afghanistan, empowering rural women; in Nigeria and Pakistan,
fighting for women’s education and rights; and in NorthernIreland,
promoting peace and equality.SEVEN
will be directed by Rachel Walzer and produced by
Sarajean Rossitto. Performances:
April 14 (Thurs) 7:30pm
April 15 (Fri) 7:30pm
April 16 (Sat) 2:00pm & 7:30pm
April 17 (Sun) 2:00pm & 7:30pm
Tickets - minimum donation per person * 3500 yen – for all reservations and
payments made before April 1 4000 …
April 16, Wesley Center, 4:30pm.
DAJ Teach-In on the Environment.
Three panelists - a
scientist, environmental consultant, and environmental educator, all DAJ
members - will discuss climate change, environmental policy, and tips
on political and personal action to help bring about political change.
More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/279809495782145/