“an entrancing, slightly mystifying, piece of Japanese theatre”


“This fascinating play is performed by a skillful actor”


“Encouraging a belief that the show’s going to hit its stride”


“Yuuya Ishizone’s work is not to be dismissed.” “Tent is a beguiling trip into a world where sometimes the answer is best left alone.”

[Liverpool Sound and Vision]

” … unsettling and disarming and make us think about presence and absence.” “The potential here, the talented Ishizone”

[theatre bubble]


Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. New contemporary theatre from Japan depicts struggles anyone can experience beyond any differences. TENT portrays our complex feelings under being “an outsider” in various ways. Set in the deep mountain, getting lost leads to overnight stay in a camping tent. When words come out and bring conversations, reality starts breathing. Then one question will arise. What have you been hiding?

Direction / Script / Cast : Yuuya Ishizone

Day and Time: 4 – 28 August 12:30 (not 9,16,23) / Times: 50 mins / Venue: Spotlites