Japan Deaf Theater Company to perform traditional tricks in January

A flier on the Deaf Theater Show
(photo: http://www.totto.or.jp/totto/syoshunnokai2011flyer.html)


The Japan Deaf Theater Company will celebrate the 30th anniversary of establishment in January, 2011.

The Totto Foundation, a social welfare corporate and a parent organization, will hold "The 30th Traditional Tricks in Sign Language for the Early Spring Show" in the National Noh Theater in Tokyo on January 22 (Saturday)-23 (Sunday), 2011, sponsored by the Japan Arts Fund's promotion project.

The show will start at 13:30 on the days.

All Deaf members of the company will perform three different tricks; Fumisumo, Igui, and Tsuribari. Spoken interpreting will be provided.

Admission:
5,500-3,000 yen per person:
3,000-2,500 yen per person for group (five people or more)

Official site (English):
http://www.totto.or.jp/Englishtoppage.html

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