post theater<br />heavenly BENTO

post theater
heavenly BENTO

U.S. Premiere
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
Saturday, September 19, 2009

From the Berlin-based international artist collective post theater, founded by the inventive team of Japanese media artist Hiroko Tanahashi and director Max Schumacher, comes an interactive performance that melds live generated projections, dance, text and real food, captivating all five senses. Based on the epic journey of the found­ers of Sony Corporation, Akio Morita and Masaru Ibuka, and their dream of forming an internationally successful consumer electronics company, heavenly BENTO is a performance full of images in the round on a raised stage that also functions as a pro­jection surface. An exploration of friendship, ambition and the boundless human imagination, heavenly BENTO is a dazzling display of human and technological expression.


  Board Member Tickets
- (Pink)
$30 (premium seating, includes dessert)

  Executive Tickets
- (Blue - EXEC)
$20 (priority seating, some seating may be on high chairs)

  Regular Tickets
(Green - AUD)
$18/$15 Japan society members

Board Member and Executive tickets are sold out for the 9/17 performance.

For Board Member Tickets,
please call the Japan Society Box Office at (212) 715-1258.

For Executive and Regular tickets
, Buy Tickets Online or call the Japan Society Box Office at (212) 715-1258.

Part of the Fall 2009 Performing Arts Season: Japan Transatlantic: Tokio-Berlin.

heavenly BENTO is supported, in part, by Mrs. Akio Morita, Mrs. Shigeru Inagaki, and Sony Corporation.

Additional support is provided by Ms. Hiroko Onoyama, Mr. Ryozo Sakai, The Hon. Paul A. Volcker, Mr. Frank Lesher, and Mr. Mark Botterman.

Special thanks to Restaurant Nippon and Soba Nippon for their preparation of edible stage properties.

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