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Japan in the House
Sean Daniels Phoenix Rising
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LAND OF THE RISING STAGE • ROOTED IN TRADITION WHILE BRANCHING INTO THE FUTURE, JAPANESE THEATRE IS MAKING NEW CONVERTS, AT HOME AND ABROAD
JAPANESE THEATRE, KNOW YOURSELF • SOME ARTISTS ARE GOING BEYOND FAN-DRIVEN ESCAPISM TO DO SERIOUS, PROBING WORK. MIGHT THIS BE JAPAN’S TICKET TO THE WORLD?
BUGS, BOTS, AND GHOSTS • NON-HUMAN THEATRE BOTH PROVOKES AND COMFORTS IN A POST-FUKUSHIMA WORLD
Gardens Vs. Walls • A 3-theatre co-production of Karen Zacarías’s ‘Native Gardens’ sparks dialogue about border disputes and neighborly conduct
Anime Magnetism • How a new genre of stage productions inspired by anime, manga, and video games are making Japanese pop culture 2.5-dimensional
Manuela Infante Makes Space For Ideas • The Chilean theatremaker, now touring the U.S., works at the intersection of spectacle and philosophy
What’s Miami Is Yours • The future of the U.S. runs through South Florida stages
ONSTAGE MAY/JUNE19 • Here’s what’s playing this month at TCG theatres nationwide. For the most up-to-date information about performance schedules, contact the theatre or visit Theatre Profiles online: tcg.org/profiles.
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OFFSTAGE • Russell Harvard, whose Off-Broadway performances include 2012’s Tribes and this season’s I Was Most Alive With You, made his Broadway debut in 2015 with Deaf West’s Spring Awakening and is back on the Main Stem in King Lear through July 7.