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UH Production of Thread Hell

The UH production of Thread Hell by Kishida Rio, directed by Colleen Lanki, UHM alumna and guest director, was performed six times between April 12-21, 2013.

Attendees and participants learned about Japanese theatre and a specific underground theatre play known as Thread Hell.

The production of the play included the training of 24 students actors as well as members of the production/design crew, and the teaching of the course, THEA 433 Movement Workshop, specifically for the play.

The play was jointly funded by a number of organizations, including the UHM Department of Theatre and Dance, the Consulate General of Japan in Honolulu, and NRCEA.

Thread Hell

Posted in Events, NRCEA.

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