Bingo Parallax Theatre Group would like to announce its next theatrical production. We will be doing an original drama exploring various themes related to AIDS. We will be creating this price ourselves, with the input of the actors. This piece is titled "Nozomi: Humor and Hope." It will be directed by Andy Barfield.
The performance times are October 19 at 7 pm and two shows on October 20, at 2:30 and 7:00. The location is Free Space K, in Tsukuba. Tickets are 1000 yen each. 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.
ABOUT BINGO PARALLAX:
Bingo Parallax is a Tsukuba-based English language community theatre group. Since its formation last November, we have presented three productions: Speed-the-Plow, Are You Sure? and Eye to Eye Interrogations 4 Bread.
These three productions were all directed by Jerry Jaffe, Bingo Parallax's Artistic Director, who has an MA in Theatre History from Brown University. He has taught theatre in Ohio at the Univ. of Toledo and directed there and at the Toledo Repertory Theatre. He has lived in Japan off and on since 1991 and now teaches English at Tsukuba University. He also has taught acting at the Tokyo Announce Gakuin.
Andy Barfield has a Masters in Applied Linguistics from Birmingham University and has taught English at Belgrade University (Yugoslavia) and now at Tsukuba University. He extensively uses drama in the classroom. He has appeared in Bingo Parallax's Are You Sure? and was assistant director for Eye to Eye Interrogations 4 Bread.
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