Celebrated playwright Tsukuda Norihiko will introduce the textual choices, dramatic concepts and innovative thinking behind his unique creations.
|Date / Time||6.11.2016（Sun）12nn – 2pm|
|Quota||50（First come, first served）|
|Medium of Instruction||Japanese（With Interpretation in Cantonese）|
|Venue||HKREP Rehearsal Hall No.2
（8/F Sheung Wan Civic Centre）
Playwright and actor Tsukuda Norihiko was born in Nagoya in 1964. A member of the Japan Playwrights Association, he co-founded the Bkyuyugekitai , where he currently serves as director. Tsukuda has a keen eye for the absurdity of everyday life, creating outlandish situations that exceed people’s imagination. Apart from stage plays, he has written for television, film and radio. He has also penned numerous works targeted to school-age children.
Tsukuda’s major works include Dokan, Kan kan otoko and Shed Skin.
Among his accolades are the 3rd Nagoya City Culture Promotion Award, 4th Yomiuri Theater Award for Best Play and the 50th Kishida Prize for Drama for Shed Skin. In 2013, he received the Nagoya Citizen’s Art Award for Full Moon Exercise