MAR 16 - APR 23
By Rosie Narasaki Directed by Margaret Shigeko Starbuck A co-production with Playwrights' Arena 11th century Ladies-in-Waiting Murasaki Shikibu and Sei Shonagon are, to this day, two of Japan's most beloved writers. They also kind of hated each other. This play is about friendship, heartbreak, and what it means to be a female artist.
Shih-Wei Wu & Red Eye 2 Tokyo
APR 1, 8PM
Music Style: Jazz & World An evening of adventurous music that blends the dynamic sounds of Japanese folk instruments with jazz. Ranging from the meditative Zen flute solo (shakuhachi) to taiko/drum kit battle, the ensemble continues to bring new sonic expression that challenges and honors their individual cultures and traditions.
APR 28, 8PM
Music Style: Classical Bay Area violinist Patrick Galvin makes his live Boston Court debut with a program of works for solo violin by composers including J.S. Bach, Eugene Ysaÿe, Florence Price, Grazyna Bacewicz, and selections from “Six Tasty Caprices” by Korine Fujiwara.