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[Past Event] ButohOUT! OUT of ORDER 2023

언제

Performance:
15 – 19 November
Wednesday – Saturday 7:30pm
Sun 5:00pm
ButohBar & Izakaya Tamura will open 7pm & 4:30pm

Where

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butohout.com/butohout-2023

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언제

Performance:
15 – 19 November
Wednesday – Saturday 7:30pm
Sun 5:00pm
ButohBar & Izakaya Tamura will open 7pm & 4:30pm

Where

산업 학교

팔로우

인스타그램Facebook

웹사이트

butohout.com/butohout-2023

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“Everything is in order and out of order”.

Presented by ButohOUT! in partnership with Abbotsford Convent, ButohOUT! 2023 brings you a new performance in the form of a bizarre Butoh BAR番狂わせOUT of ORDER, featuring dance, cabaret, song, poetry, and visual arts woven together through Butoh. Not to be missed.

Performance  

Butoh BAR番狂わせOUT of ORDER 

 Meet you at the ButohBAR!  Jump in to one of Melbourne’s most talked-about immersive experiences in 2023! 

Inspired by the dark underground bars of 1960s Japan, ButohBAR – OUT OF ORDER celebrates and confronts aspects of contemporary life that can be difficult to digest. Straddling the light and the dark, your hearts and minds are carried into the underworld through Butoh’s famous ‘dance of darkness’, cabaret, song, poetry and visual arts, featuring Jackie Stockdale’s extraordinary costumes. This uncompromising experience delves into the dysfunctionality of today, promising audiences an unconventional form of relief by way of a spiritual upheaval.   

“Butoh Out! feels like Samuel Beckett meets Beyoncé via Eraserhead.”
– Daily Review

15 – 19 November
Wednesday – Saturday 7:30pm 
Sun 5:00pm
ButohBar & Izakaya Tamura will open 7pm & 4:30pm
산업 학교 

Cost:
Full Price $35  
Concession $25  
Preview $15 

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정보

Butoh, originally called the Dance of Darkness, has its roots in post-WWII Japan in response to the social and cultural turmoil of the time. Classic styles of Butoh sought to express the trauma, anxiety, and confusion of this era through movement, sound, and visual imagery that was often shocking, grotesque, or surreal. Butoh can be seen as an example of an art form that is out of order, challenging the norms of conventional performance styles and offering a way to explore new forms of expression and adaptation in the face of uncertain and unexpected challenges.

Intermittent loud sounds, low lighting of varying intensity, flashing lights, potential nudity and adult themes. Low level of audience involvement. Some content may be upsetting for some audiences.

This project is supported by the Australian Government through Creative Australia, the City of Yarra and Abbotsford Convent.