Sunday, November 10 at 3:00-4:30pm
Scotiabank Dance Centre - Board Room - 6F
677 Davie Street
Starting this fall, TomoeArts will be hosting quarterly gatherings focused on themes, topics and issues connected to Japanese dance and performing arts. There will be presentations, discussions and demonstrations, featuring members of the TomoeArts community and special guests.
November 10 will be the first instalment of the series and will feature TomoeArts' Artistic Director Colleen Lanki (Fujima Sayu), who will talk about the story of Yamanba, the Mountain Crone, a popular character in Japanese performing arts. We will have a chance to look at the character as presented in noh theatre, and also how she is depicted in kabuki and nihon buyoh.
There will be refreshments and admission is by donation.
We hope you will join us!