2.現代演劇・舞踏助成芸術創造活動プログラム   Contemporary Theater and Dance
- Artistic Creativity Enhancement Program II
3 Grantees/Total appropriations: ¥18,000,000
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      From 2000
H・アール・カオス/(有)東京アートファクトリー
Premiere of Suichoku no Yume (Le Songe Vertical), Tokyo, June 2001. Photo: Sakae Oguma
H. ART CHAOS/ Tokyo Art Factory Co., Ltd.[dance/Tokyo]
artistic director: Sakiko Oshima (director, choreographer)
producer: Masahiro Kashiwa
kashiwa@h-art-chaos.com
http://www.h-art-chaos.com/

Grant-receiving term
From 2000 to 2002
Details on support during fiscal year 2000
Fiscal year: April 1, 2001 - March 31, 2002
Grant: \6,000,000
Studio Rental: (between June 2001 till May 2002): 5days
Major activities during fiscal year 2000
(Performances)
May - June: The Rite of Spring (Le Sacre du Printemps) and Grizalle performed in Singapore
June: Premiere of a collaboration work with rock guitarist Sugizo entitled Suichoku no Yume (Le Songe Vertical) in Tokyo as part of this year's Saison Theater Program
October: Taka no Ido (At the Hawk's Well) performed in Tokyo
November: Romeo and Juliet performed in Tokyo
(Other activities)
January 2002: H. Art Chaos receives the first Asahi Performing Arts Awards for the stage effects of Une machine à faire des dieux (premiered in March 2001) and other works.


      From 1999
 
伊藤キム+輝く未来
From the premiere of Screaming Garden in Tokyo, July 2001. Photo: Osamu Awane (TES)
  KIM ITOH + the Glorious Future [dance/Tokyo]
artistic director: Kim Itoh (choreographer, dancer)
producer: Koichiro Takagi [Hi! Wood]
non-t@dc4.so-net.ne.jp
http://www.geocities.co.jp/Hollywood-Miyuki/3773/

Grant-receiving term
From 1999 to 2001
Details on support during fiscal year 2001
Fiscal year: April 1, 2000 - March 31, 2001
Grant: ¥6,000,000
Studio Rental: (between June 2001 till May 2002): 35 days
Major activities during fiscal year 2001
(Performances)
March: World premiere of Itoh's Close the door, open your mouth in Tokyo
May: I want to hold you performed in Brighton
May - June: Japanese premiere of Me and I in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Aichi as part of the Canadian-Japanese dance collaboration project entitled CJ8
June: I want to hold you performed in Dusseldorf
July: Premiere tour of Screaming Garden in Shiga and in Tokyo
September: Joint performance of choreographic works by Adam Benjamin and Kim Itoh in Saitama
December: Kim Itoh LIVE! event in Tokyo
(Workshops)
August: Workshop at an elementary school in Tokyo
September: Demonstration and workshop sessions in Hokkaido and in Aichi

(Other activities)
January 2002: Itoh receives the Shuji Terayama Award of the first Asahi Performing Arts Awards for the two works premiered in 2001, Close the door, open your mouth and Screaming Garden

 
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World premiere of Bye-Bye: The New Primitive, at Morishita Studio, June 2001. Photo: MIYAUCHI Katsu
  GEKIDAN KAITAISHA [theater/Tokyo]
artistic director: Shinjin Shimizu (director)
producer: Takeshi Hata
gekidan@kaitaisha.com
http://www.kaitaisha.com/

Grant-receiving term
From 1999 to 2001
Details on support during fiscal year 2000
Fiscal year: April 1, 2000 - March 31, 2001
Grant: ¥6,000,000
Studio Rental: (between June 2000 till May 2001):33 days
Major activities during fiscal year 2000
(Performances)
April: Immersion into KAITAISHA showing event at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo
June: Bye-Bye: The New Primitive performed in Tokyo as part of this year's Saison Theater Program
September: Bye-Bye: The New Primitive tour of Hamburg, Dusseldorf, and Frankfurt
October: Bye-Bye: The New Primitive tour of New York, Cardiff, Manchester, Brighton, Aberystwyth
November: Bye-Bye: The New Primitive performed in London, plus its site-specific and collaboration version with students from Atlantic College at the St. Donats Arts Centre in Wales
March: De-Control performed in Toyama; Bye-Bye: The New Primitive performed in Ishikawa
(Other projects and events)
September: A book summarizing the company's activities of the recent decade entitled Theatre of Deconstruction/Kaitaisha (1991-2001) is published in Tokyo (in English and in Japanese)