Dance in Asia 2019

D_LAP #3

DANCE IN ASIA

DANCE LABORATORY PROJECT (D_LAP #3)

25 FEB  – 3 MARCH 2019
STUDIO PLESUNGAN

&

TAMAN BUDAYA JAWA TENGAH
SURAKARTA

Objective

Dance Laboratory Project (D_LAP ) is a research and development project that seeks to explore intercultural understanding, philosophical perceptions, technical and methodical approaches in choreography, dance and performance arts through stimulating critical discussions and practical exchange. D_LAP affords participating artists a rare opportunity to explore and expand ideas, as well as questioning and understanding the influence of cultural and artistic diversities.

Establishing a transnational network between participating artists in supporting self-sufficient artists is a main goal, with the long term intention of creating greater understanding, tolerance and space for emerging cutting edge artistic work. D_LAP invites artists from different cultural backgrounds and regions, however it does not focus on cultural or national representativeness. All together the project seeks to promote and stimulate critical discussion about the arts while bringing attention to DIY-methods, artistic strategies and cultural persistence.

D_LAP is an art project enacted by the setting up of a working space where differentiated parties can engage in the (at)tensions activated by the crossings of each other’s art practices, politics, ethics, cultures and daily life. A project therefore conceived as an ethical encounter, by the dwelling of a relational landscape, where differentiated motives, working strategies, tools and conditions may be examined, exchanged, and jointly developed.

D_LAP invites participants from various artistic practice to reflect upon some of the crucial issues around which we build the conditions for living together, whether in art or daily life. These issues will be addressed and challenged in both bodily and intellectual terms, by the enactment of each other’s choreographic and performance practice, and a continuous exchange of thoughts and concerns.

D-LAP is at first to be a knowledge generating project, which does not require an end production of a work from the participants. Nevertheless, an experimentation of ideas will be presented at the end of the program.

DANCE IN ASIA”    Dance Laboratory Project #3 

D-LAP #3 is hosting a collective initiative project which is called DANCE IN ASIA. The first Dance in Asia was held in Osaka, Japan in February 2018, and the second one was held in May 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan. It is a collaboration among Century Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) Taipei, Taiwan; Js Wong Dance Company, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; NIBROLL Dance Company, Tokyo, Japan and Studio Plesungan, Karanganyar, Indonesia.

D-Lap #3 is a third platform for the collective which should create a kind of blue print for the continuation of the collective projects. It is planned to take place in four countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan and Japan.

The collective will continue the project in different forms according to the local host program.

Mikuni Yanaihara (Japan) Choreographer, Playwriter, dancer

She is Associate Professor (specializing in performing arts) in the Faculty of Literature, Arts and Cultural Studies at Kindai University. She founded the dance company Nibroll in 1997 and organized the theater company Mikuni Yanaihara Project in 2005. She serves as the leader of both of these companies. She has won the highest praise for her work in both the genres of dance and theater, and staged many performances outside Japan. Besides actively collaborating with other artists in Japan and other countries, she has been broadening her activities in other Asian countries in recent years. She received “KISHIDA screen play Award”(2012),”The Yokohama City Cultural Prize”(2012), ”The Japan Dance Forum Award Grand Prix”(2009) and others. In 2015, she was appointed Japan Cultural Envoy by the national Agency of Cultural Affairs, and researched dance and theater in six countries in Southeast Asia.

Melati Suryodarmo (Indonesia) Visual Artist / Choreographer

Melati Suryodarmo (b. 1969, Solo, Indonesia) graduated from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunscheweig, Germany. Her practice is informed by Butoh, dance and history, among others. Her work is the result of ongoing research in the movements of the body and its relationship to the self and the world. These are translated into photography, dance choreography, video and live performances. Suryodarmo has presented her work in locations all over the world, including Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland; MMCA, Gwacheon, South Korea; Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Para Site, Hong Kong; QAGOMA, Australia; and Singapore Art Museum. Festivals include 5th Guangzhou Triennale (2015); Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale (2009); and Manifesta 7 (2008). She has presented her choreography pieces in various festival, among them at the TPAM, BankArt, Yokohama (2016) With Dance Festival,Sophien Saele, Berlin (2016); Europalia Festival at KVS Brussels (2017); De Singel, Anwerp; Frankfurt LAb, Frankfurt (2015) and Indonesia Dance Festival, Jakarta Theatre, (2016).  Since 2007, Suryodarmo has been organizing PALA and Undisclosed Territory, both annual performance art festivals, in Solo, Indonesia. In 2012, she founded “Studio Plesungan”, a art space for performance artists. In 2017, she served as Artistic Director for the 17th Jakarta Biennale.

Shu-Fen Yao (Taiwan) Choreographer
Graduated from New York University as a Master majoring in performing arts and choreography, Shu-Fen Yao, is now teaching in National Taiwan University of Arts mainly focusing on improvisation, composition and contemporary technique. She is the founder also the leader and main choreographer of Century Contemporary Dance Company.
During her time of studying in the USA she got the scholarships from Merce Cunningham School and American Asian Cultural Foundation. The American dance magazine Attitude, had commented:“ from her there are many things to learn, and she is a precious dance performer”. In 1999, she was selected by the Ministry of Education to go to Paris Artist Village for one year. Her style changes with the time and her main concern is to reflect our time and the relationship between humanity and the environment. Shu-fen Yao tends to take the details of life as her materials. Her works often use fantastic realism style combined with 3 dimensional collages. Her works have a dreamy like feeling that is unique and singular.
JS Wong (Malaysia) Choreographer

Wong Jyh Shyong received his Master of Fine Arts from Graduate Institute of Choreography, Taipei National University of the Arts in 2013 and Bachelor of Fine Arts from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with First Class Honors in 2005. He was previously a dancer with Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan from 2005 to 2009. In the 9th and 11th BOH Cameronian Arts Awards in Malaysia, he received the Best Featured Performer award in 2011 and 2013. From 2013 to 2016, he was the artistic director of DPAC Dance Company as well as Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC).  Under his artistic direction, DPAC Dance Company was a choreographic workplace which aimed to present dance productions with local artists and collaborative projects between Malaysian and international dance artists. Thus far, JS has staged his own choreographies and commissioned pieces in various festivals and venues in Australia, Taiwan, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, India and Malaysia.

Laboratory Activities

The laboratory will run under a working frame, which is prepared by the facilitators. The laboratory is an organic process that should be generated by the participants according to the platform provided by the facilitators.

Main Activities

Exchange and Discourse

Physical practices

Informal seminars and open discussions

Choreographic interventions and collaborations

On site realisation and open public activities

Practical Application

Introduction and leading process 

The facilitators are responsible to introduce the program, based on the concept. They are also expected to lead all schedules, arrangements, timetables, logistics and technicalities.

Panel Discussions

The panel discussion is arranged to share  elaborate ideas, opinions on selected subjects.

Sessions

The sessions allow participants to offer a specific technique, exercise, interest and concern, or work of art to explore and develop with the group. It should be discussed and planned beforehand with the group. Choreographic interactions and site-specific interventions, also to be planned in advance.

Main characteristic of the applied practices – low-tech and back to basic

The laboratory is basically deriving the most basic capacity of facilitation. It is meant to remain simple in terms of its practical structure and the use of means. Electronic devises, laptops, projectors, speakers, or other devises should be used only when absolutely needed and can not be provided by the lab. This means that anyone who wants to use such devises should be able provide and solve the situation by her/himself. All sessions will be documented by the documentation team

in order to provide archival needs and further research on the laboratory itself. If there will be need to exchange written information and video documentation, we can put all documentation materials at the library desk

Dance in Asia”s Cross Collaboration

Cross collaboration is a program that challenge the facilitators to choreograph and collaborate with dancers, musician and artistic director within the four participating countries. The cross collaboration will be a parallel activities with the laboratory in a form of creation. The result of the cross collaboration will be presented in a small presentation event.

Lee Ren Xin (Malaysia) Dancer

 

Ren Xin currently works on a long term research in her neighbourhood in Petaling Jaya. She walks, dances, and uses the body’s presence in and through space and people as a way of corporeal mapping and making sense. Her interests include the various kinds of gap between people who live so close together, the mythical position of the local/outsider, and ultimately, the in/visibility and dis/appearance of women and women’s body in spaces and in places. She studied dance at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore and holds a BFA in Dance from the Purchase College, State University of New York.  Photo: courtesy of T.H.E. and photographer Bernie Ng

Emi Oyama (Japan) Choreographer

She started rhythmic gymnastics at the age of 8, and started contemporary dance and ballet at the age of 18. She has participated in works by Shinji Nakamura, Mako Kawano, Mikuni Yanaihara, Yao Shu-Fen, Pichet Klunchun, Miwa Okuno and Saori Hara as a dancer. She has participated in the dance company named Nibroll since 2010. She also makes solo works recently. She was placed 3rd in the Senior Solo Dancer Division of the Yokohama Competition in 2005.

Yu-Feng Lai (Taiwan) Choreographer, Dancer

Graduated from National Taipei University of the Dance Art Department. Joined the Century Contemporary Dance Company in 2016. Performing: The Century of Contemporary Dance Company famous works〝The Age of Silence〞, 〝Timeless〞, 〝Wild Butterfly〞

Retno Sulistyorini (Indonesia) Choreographer / Dancer

Retno Sulistyorini(Enno) was born in Jakarta in 1981. After studying at the Indonesian Arts High School (Sekolah Menengah Karawitan Indonesia, SMKI) in 1999, Enno continue studying at the Sekolah Tinggi Seni Indonesia (STSI), which is now known as the Indonesian Arts Institute (ISI), in Surakarta (Solo). While taking formal training in the ISI dance department, Enno also sought out more knowledge and experience from well known dance teachers and choreographers like Suprapto Suryodarmo, Mugiyono Kasido, and Eko Supriyanto. Her frequent observation of their work and performances inspired and encouraged Enno to shift over from dance to choreography as her major focus.

In 2000, during her fourth semester, Enno created her first choreographed work titled Pisau, and has been choreographing ever since. Within her creative process, Enno often collaborates with Rudi Sulistanto, who creates the musical accompaniment for her choreographed works. In 2010, Enno received the Empowering Women Artists grant from the Kelola Foundation in Jakarta for a research project to inform and support the production and presentation of art performances toward the empowerment of women. Besides producing her own choreography pieces, Enno has been participating other productions and performed in Indonesia as well as abroad. Enno has been part of Melati Suryodarmo’s dance projects since 2012.

Tien-Yun Mou (Taiwan) Choreographer / Dancer

Graduated from National Taipei University of the Dance Art Department. Joined the Century Contemporary Dance Company in 2014. Performing: 2011-2012 Da Guan International Performing Art Festival. Choreography: 〝Shi〞,〝Cataract〞

Agus Margiyanto (Indonesia) Choreographer / Dancer

Agus Margiyanto (b. 1981) took formal training in dance at the Indonesia Art Institute (Institut Seni Indonesia, ISI) in Solo, where he studied dance and choreography. He stepped in the performing art by joining a theater collective called  Teater Ruang  in Solo, which was under the direction of Joko Bibit Santosa. In the period of 1997-2002, he took part as an actor in a number ofTeater Ruang’s productions. It was this approach that eventually carried Agus toward the world of dance.
He developed his career as a dancer under the direction of a number of re-known Indonesian choreographers, including Suprapto Suryodarmo, Dedi Luthan and some others(2002-2006).
In 2002, together with his dance colleagues  he founded the Independent Expression dance collective. Agus continued working as actor and dancers in various production of Pappatarahumara dance-theater (Japan); dance film “Opera Jawa” directed by Garin Nugroho (2006); an operatic performance directed by Chen Shi-Zheng at the English National Opera London  (2006-2007);  with the IBS Dance Theater company under choreographer Sen Hea Ha from South Korea (2008); with Lela Rubana Dance Company, Netherlands (2013-2015).  and since 2011 he has been working as main dancer at Melati Suryodarmo’s dance productions.
Agus has created a number of choreographic works, in- cluding ______ & _____ (2001), Satu (2001), Day-Lama (2003), Tubuh dalam Tubuh (2003), Hari ke-50 (2006), Ya di Sini… (2007), Asmara Jinurung Puja (2007), Pergola (2009) and Me-I (2009), which was a revision of Pergola.

 

Rathimalar Govindarajoo (Malaysia) Dancer

Rathimalar Govindarajoo (Rathi) specialises in Indian Classical Odissi, Bharata Natyam and Modern

Contemporary dance. She spent her formative years with Sutra Dance Theatre for over two decades and worked full-time as one of the pioneer dancers of Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company (SJDC)

London, UK. She was a Fairview International School Dance Educator in the Middle Year Program (IB) for two years, and currently a Dance Educator Specialist (DES) in the GCSE Secondary syllabus in Help International School. She continues to contribute her extensive dance experience towards the performing arts and education in Malaysia and abroad.

Ayu Permatasari (Indonesia) Choreographer

Born in 1992 in Kotabumi, Northern Lampung, Ayu Permata Sari belongs to the Pepadun cultural group, one of two playing indigenous groups in Lampung, and Islamic embraces. She started dancing at the age of nine, joining the tough culture of community dance studios in 2000, where she is still a member today. She studied dance at the Indonesian Institute for the Arts (ISI) in Yogyakarta, majoring in choreography in 2010-2014, and continued to pursue a master’s degree at ISI in 2014-2016. She was founded by Ayu Permata Dance Company as a way to stimulate and support her practice as well as that of her collaborators. In 2017, Ayu was selected for residency in Leuven and Brussels (Belgium) as part of the Monsoon Europalia festival.  One of her works, entitled Kami Buta [“We’re Blind”] won a “Service Bakti” award at the Asian Technology Festival in Johor, Malaysia, in 2018. The work “TubuhDang TubuhDut” became one of the works that appeared the Showcase (the name program is Kampana for the young artist) at the Indonesia Dance festival (IDF) in 2018, in the same year Ayu undertook a two-week residency at Dance Nucleus in the Singapore as part of her artistic research process and tested the piece at Jejak-Tabi Exchangein the Yogyakarta and Kuala lumpur edition.

Tomomi Watanabe (Japan) Choreographer

 

She studied classical ballet from 3 years old, Based in AICHI Prefecture in Japan, she acts extensively in performing performances such as dance and theater, performances in galleries and public spaces, and so on. She has launched the dance planning organization “NAGOCON” since 2014 and is working to create more environmentally friendly dancers, allowing local dancers to do more free activities and to make the audience more enjoyable in dancing. The Semifinalist of The World Ballet Modern Dance Competition (1996).

Boby Ary Setiawan (Indonesia) Choreographer / Dancer

Born in 1983, Boby lives and work in Solo, Indonesia. He finished his study in dance and choreography in 2008 at the Indonesian Institute of the Arts Surakarta. He is one of the founder of Independent Expression, a dance collective in Solo.
Since his student time, Boby has actively been as dancer in numbers dance productions of  various re-known choreographers and directors, among them Sardono W kusuma, Eko Supriyanto, Dedy Luthan, Elly Luthan, Djarot B Darsono, Wasi Bantolo, Sutradara Atillah Soeryajaya. Internationally, Boby has been working as dancer in Leine Roebana Dance Company , Amsterdam and Isabelle Beernaert from Belgium. He has joined in many dance festivals and tour in Indonesia and Europe, among them Cak Durasim,Surabaya (2010); Solo International Performing Arts Festival (2012); Tong Tong Festival, Netherlands (2015); Asia Tri Festival, Japan (2016); and American Dance Festival, (2015)
Boby was nominated as best choreographer at the Bandar Serai Award, Riau in 2004. He also has received some international grants such as Cross Culture Program of the Kennedy Centre, US and the Asia Cultural Council New York.
Boby”s choreography focuses on Javanese culture as the inspiration for his contemporary dance works, among them  “Pe-thoi #1 and #2”, “Aksara Tubuh”, “Jago”, “ZC”, and “Tudung Saji”.
Boby has initiated and work as the artistic director of “ Breksi Dance Festival 2016” and now works as the artictic director of the Dedy Luthan Dance Company, Jakarta.

Ya-Chu Chen (Taiwan) Dancer

Graduated from National Taipei University of the Dance Art Department. Joined the Century Contemporary Dance Company in 2014.2013 She was one of International Youth Ambassadors. Performing: The Century of Contemporary Dance Company famous works〝The Age of Silence〞, 〝Timeless〞, 〝Wild Butterfly〞

SueKi Yee (Malaysia) Dancer

SueKi Yee graduated with First Class Honours for her Bachelor of Dance (Honours) from Aswara National Academy of Arts and is currently a dancer at ASK Dance Company (ADC). Her recent solo But would you know if a fishbowl is just a fishbowl? was awarded the Festival Director’s Award at Short and Sweet Festival 2018 and was selected for IV International Solo Contemporary Dance Festival “Cuerpo al Descubierto” at Mexico. She was in Lisbon for 5 weeks under Metamorphosis International Residency 2018 working with Iratxe Ansa and Igor Bacovich. She has also choreographed for Penang Dance Festival, Dance All Out, She Moves Me by the KL Movement and also for Euphoria Penang. Other projects include being selected for Un Yamada Co.’s People Without Seasons which was staged in KL and Sabah, worked with Nibroll for See/Saw, performed Madu for Release 4.0 in Singapore, Korea Dance Festival 2017, Vietnam International Dance Festival, Cultural Relations Dance Festival in Thailand, Henan Arts Week in China, and collaborated with Landscape Theatre (China) for Georgetown Festival, WuZhen Theatre Festival and SanXinDui Theatre Festival. Sue Ki was also involved in community-engaging projects as a facilitator under Arts Ed. and Aida Redza, as well as Forging Traditions workshops currently conducted by ADC. She is interested in the versatility of dance and is always excited to explore new possibilities.

Hui-Wen Li (Taiwan) Dancer / Vice Artistic Director of CCDC Taiwan

Graduated from National Taipei University of Arts as a master majoring in performance. Joined the Century Contemporary Dance Company in 2004. Performing: The Century of Contemporary Dance Company famous works〝The Age of Silence”,〝Wings of Desire”,〝Les Noces/Le Sacre Du Printemps”, 〝Timeless”, 〝Wild Butterfly”. She is an adjunct teacher of National Taiwan University of Sport & National Taipei University of Arts America & Canada Touring

Razan Mohamad (Indonesia) Dancer

Born in 1998 in Jakarta. Razan begun to dance when he was ten years old and started learning Hip Hop. He joined Gigi Art of Dance Jakarta in 2015 and in 2017 he finished his internship and training, where he worked as dancer, assistant choreographer, dance instructor, as well as in the production and management.  He has participated in various dance production under the choreography of Melati Suryodarmo, Riyanto, Eko Supriyanto, Didik Nini Thowok, Ari Rudenko, Andra Fembrianto and Gigi Giadi. Currently, he is studying a the the Indonesia Institute of the Arts Surakarta.

Tan Bee Hung (Malaysia) Choreographer

LLB graduate. Active in the local and international dance scenes, having the opportunities to perform locally in Tari, MyDance Festival, Le French Arts Festival, SounDance by RAW Arts Space, and many of the performances held by Kwang Tung Dance Company, and etc; also internationally in Festival Tokyo 2016 (Japan), Goyang International Dance Festival (Korea), the 5th no ballet International Choreography Competition (Germany), Guangdong Modern Dance Festival (Guangzhou, China), CONTACT: A Week of Dance (Singapore). Was selected to participate in the International Young Choreographer Program in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in 2013 and SEA Choreolab in 2015. Have collaborated with many local and international artists from various backgrounds, performing in many other dance forms including butoh, hip hop, dance improvisation. Constantly curious and always looking for ways to explore the connections of the body and breath, to space and time. A firm believer that human are natural movers, hence beginning to put in more of her effort in community projects, hoping to bring dance closer to the people and life. Currently a dancer with Kwang Tung Dance Company, choreographer, dance and Pilates instructor.  

Kristiyanto (Indonesia) Dancer

born in 1991, lives and works in Solo. Kristiyanto is a natural born dancer, with talent and skill in traditional javanese dance and parcour. He has been working as a dancer, such as in “Selendang Merah” (2012), Setan Jawa (2016) a film directed by Garin Nugroho; in “hanacaraka”(2012), “Taling Tarung”(2014) and “Jago” (2015) choreographed Boby Ari Setiawan; “Vertical Recall” (2017), Tommorrow As Purposed” (2017), Sisyphus (2017) and Sahkshat (2018) choreographed by Melati Suryodarmo.  Since 2015, he has been  working as dancer for traditional dance opera “Wayang Orang Sriwedari” in Solo and  joined various festival of “Reog” an east javanese ritual dance performance. Currently he studies at the Indonesian Institute of the Arts Surakarta and work as dance trainer at Studio Plesungan.

SKANK (Japan) Composer / Sound Artist

He was born in Tokyo in 1972. He has participated in Nibroll as sound director. Nibroll is a Japanese dance group which is composed of one choreographer, one videographer, one musician, one visual artist and various dancers. Also he plays and collaborates with many kinds of musicians and artists, never following a specific style. Also he has contributed to Yubiwa Hotel (the name of a theatre company) as a sound creator and a performer. He is a main member of the band ” MEXI ‘’. He has given live performances, and has made a lot of music for dance performances, a theatre company, and movies.He has also participated in SSS,T (Six Strings Sonic, The) as a guitarist and won the excellence prize of the 2005 Japan Medhia Arts Festival. Lately he has collaborated with Melati Suryodarmo, and he is energetic in various fields, including holding a solo exhibition.

Keisuke Takahashi (Japan) Video Artist

He has created many visual installations in various space such as museum, gallery, theatre and public space. and he also has created performance pieces and intend to pursue the relationship between body and image. He held the solo exhibition the gallery in Milan, Italy and Taipei, Taiwan, and in Japan, BankArt1929, Ohara Museum and others, and also jointed to the international exhibition such as SHANGHAI Biennial, SETOUCHI Art Triennale, Jakarta Biennale 2017 and others. His works have been presented in arts festivals throughout Japan and the world. He received the Committee Recommendation Award from Japan Media Arts Festival in 2005. He also has created many performance works as the visual director for the dance company named “Nibroll”.
website : keisuke-kt.com

Thong Yoong How (malaysia) Composer /Musician

Thong has 23 years of drumming experience and 10 years of coaching experience in this field. He had performed in 16 of countries. He is founder of FrythmS Academy Institute. Thong began learning 24 festive drum, tabla, hang and all kinds of small percussive instrument. He not only specializes in percussion, but also have exposure to modern dance, ballet, tai chi and yoga training. Thong is convinced that percussion is an attitude, is a kind of self-discipline, and also an art of experiencing life with the heart.

Toru Yamanaka (Japan) Composer

Born in Osaka, Japan. As a music composer, producer, club DJ and organizer, He has collaborated with various artists around the world. From 1984 to 2000, he joined the Japanese performance group Dumb Type as a music composer and sound designer. Since 2000, He has been collaborating with Singaporean theater director Ong Keng Sen. 2009, he started to work with the dance company in Kyoto, the Monochrome Circus. 2010, joined the performance group “MuDA”. and started the concert version of Dumb Type’s music classical.

Makoto Morita (Japan) Dancer

He is student of department of performing Arts Major in KINKI university

Mao Imanishi (Japan) Dancer

She was born in Hyogo in 1998 and she is second grader of department of performing Arts Major in KINKI university.

Yuki Wakuta (Japan) Dancer

He is student of department of performing Arts Major in KINKI university. His motto is ‘enjoy being together’.

Mao Hommiya (Japan) Dancer

She was born in Hiroshima in 1999 and she is second grader of department of performing Arts Major in KINKI university.

Kazuki Sugai Independent Curator, Producer

Since 2003 he has established a dance company named “afterimage” with Tetsuro Hattori and others, and based on Aichi prefecture in Japan as a dancer and costume designer. Since 2010 he became a producer of “afterimage”. Since 2011 he established “officecassini” and has been planning many dance performances by domestic and foreign artists. Since 2016 he has been producing in a wider area by adding Tokyo, Kanazawa to its activity base.

DANCE IN ASIA

01 – 03 March 2019

Teater Arena

Taman Budaya Jawa Tengah Surakarta

Indonesia

01.03

FRIDAY, 01.03
19:00 – 21:30
Teater Arena
TBJT Surakarta

Agus Margiyanto

Emi Oyama

Tien Yun Mou

Ayu Permata Sari

Jyh Shyong Wong

02.03

SATURDAY, 02.03
19:00 – 21:30
Teater Arena
TBJT Surakarta

Tomomi Watanabe

Rathimalar Govindarajoo

Tien Yun Mou

Shu Fen Yao

Melati Suryodarmo

03.03

SUNDAY, 03.03
19:00 – 21:30
Teater Arena
TBJT Surakarta

Boby Ari Setiawan

Ren Xin Lee

Retno Sulistyorini

You Fen Lai

Mikuni Yanaihara

 

This project is supported by:

The Japan Foundation Asia Center Grant Program for Promotion of Cultural Collaboration

  .