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Bingo Parallax: Human Ikebana

Author: Author unknown, Issue: October 1996, Topic: Events

The Bingo Parallax Theatre Group will be presenting an original drama entitled "Human Ikebana", which will explore various themes related to AIDS. Directed by Andy Barfield, the play has been developed over the last few months with the input of the actors involved. The performance times are October 19 at 7 pm and two shows on October 20, at 2:30 and 7 pm, all at Free Space K, located just west of the Tsukuba University Hospital. Tickets are 1000 yen each and each performance is followed by a party with cash bar. For information about tickets, directions or any other topic, please call Jerry Jaffe at (0296) 43-0499.

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