Performers: Okazaki Art Theatre
Duration: 80 minutes
+51 Aviación, San Borja is the work of Yudai Kamisato premiere in 2015. The title references his grandmother’s address in Lima and the calling code of Peru. This theater piece tells the story of Kamisato’s journey, which is juxtaposed against the lives of Japanese immigrants in Latin America. It also contains narratives of the life of Seki Sano, a dramaturge widely known as “the Father of Mexican Theater”, and of Ryoichi Jinnai, an entrepreneur and supporter of the Japanese diaspora in Latin America.
Yudai Kamisato founded Okazaki Art Theatre in 2003 and participated in Festival/Tokyo three consecutive years (2010-2012). Throughout 2016, +51 Aviación, San Borja was performed at Sydney Festival in Australia, Kunstenfestivaldesarts in Belgium, and at Festival d'Automne à Paris in France.
Written, Directed and Stage Designed by Yudai Kamisato
Cast: Masahiko Ono, Wataru Omura, Mari Kodama
Presented by N.P.O. DRIFTERS INTERNATIONAL
Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fiscal 2017
This performance is in Japanese with Indonesian and English subtitle.