LIVE BONE by By Kaiji Moriyama x Kodue Hibino x Kohske Kawase

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre -

Ended 03 July 2016
฿450.00
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

A dance performance “LIVE BONE” 
by By Kaiji Moriyama x Kodue Hibino x Kohske Kawase BICTFest

LIVE BONE is the united work of three creators, Dancer/Choreographer: Kaiji MORIYAMA, Costume artist; Kodue HIBINO, and Composer; Kohske KAWASE. They are a powerful tag-team from a famous segment in the TV program “Karada de Asobo” (Let’s get movin’!) on NHK (Japan’s National TV). 

With over 7 years experience in working with children, The Japan Foundation, Bangkok thinks that Kaiji's fun and unique performance will a perfect choice to participate in the very first Bangkok International Children's Theatre Festival.

The goal of LIVE BONE is themed on body parts, their functions and soul, sending a broad message covering life and death of a living.

Venue: 4th Floor Studio at Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC)

Directed/ Choreographed/ Performed by: Kaiji Moriyama
Costume design: Kodue Hibino
Sound design: Kohske Kawase

Tickets: Adults 450 Baht Children (Not over age of 16) 150 Baht

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1. Tel: 081 441 5718, 099 009 3172
2. Facebook (message): www.facebook.com/BICTFest
3. Email: [email protected]

Organized by The Japan Foundation, Bangkok as a part of Bangkok International Children’s Theatre Festival 2016

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Ends 03 July 2016

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