Tenjō Sajiki was a Japanese independent theater troupe led by Shūji Terayama and active between 1967 and 1983 (until Terayama’s death). A major phenomenon on the Japanese underground scene, the group has produced a number of stage works marked by experimentalism, folklore influences, social provocation, grotesque eroticism and the flamboyant fantasy characteristic of Terayama’s oeuvre. Tenjō Sajiki benefitted greatly from collaborations with a number of prominent artists, including musicians J. A. Seazer and Kan Mikami, and graphic designers Aquirax Uno and Tadanori Yokoo.
04.10, 18:00: Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre