CoPresented by Theatre of Yugen, Shinichi Iova-Koga & Edward Schocker

DROWNING MAN

A new work by Shinichi Iova-Koga and Edward Schocker

September 16 & 17 at 8pm

$15 GENERAL ADMISSION EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1ST WITH DISCOUNT CODE: EARLYMAN

$20 General Admission, $15 Student

NOHspace: 2840 Mariposa Street, SF, CA, 94110

 

"We chose water as our subject.  We consider the implications, feelings and states connected to water in creating a performance for two bodies: one concerned with sound, the other with motion.  Rather than create a narrative, the story emerges through a few choice prompts, allowing the body to speak in the moment."          - Shinichi Iova-Koga

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS of drowning man

Shinichi Iova-Koga is the Artistic Director of the San Francisco-based performance company inkBoat, founded in 1998.

About inkBoat: The company performs in theaters and site specific locations. Repertory and research integrate the interplay of multiple artistic disciplines and viewpoints, both experimental and traditional, resulting in original performance compositions. Themes and subjects arise from meticulous examination of everyday life, with primary content arising from the body, resulting in both refined and raw expressions.  We derive inspiration from working in wild, natural settings and urban existence.

For more information about Shinichi Iova-Koga, please CLICK HERE

 

Edward Schocker is the Executive Director of Thingamajigs. Thingamajigs is an organization whose mission is to explore sounds in found objects and use alternate tuning systems to create new music.   Edward Schocker is also a composer and a performer who creates music with made/found materials and alternate tuning systems.

For more information about Edward Schocker, please CLICK HERE.

 


Take a Walk with Yugen!
This year's walk will feature an adaptation of the Noh play, Matsukaze, about two poor women pining for a lost lover.

The above image is from Ariwara no Yukihira and the two brinewomen, Murasame and Matsukaze, in an 1886 woodblock print by Yoshitoshi.
Free event!  Please join us!

WALKING THE WALK  ~  a walking meditation
Around North Lake in beautiful Golden Gate Park
Saturday, September 17, 2016    2-5 pm

(North Lake is located along the north end of Chain of Lakes Dr.
The nearest park entrance is at Fulton and 43rd Ave.)



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Theatre of Yugen is a non-profit 501c3 that depends on support from individuals and the community.  Show your support today by giving a tax-deductible donation.  We appreciate your giving, celebrating the arts of Japanese and Western culture!