Hidden Legacy: Film and Performing Arts Program

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Film & Other Media

Nov 201430
2:00p.m.

Hollywood Theatre
4122 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, Oregon, 97212
United States


Hidden Legacy: Japanese Traditional Performing Arts Program
Sunday, November 30, 2pm
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland
$15 Friends of O.N.E., $18 seniors, students, and children), $22 general

Oregon Nikkei Endowment is proud to conclude its yearlong 25th anniversary celebration with a Japanese traditional arts program at the Hollywood Theatre. This special, one-time-only event will include a short musical concert by master koto player Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto-Wong and Lita Kazuho Buttolph, a Japanese classical dance performance by the Sahomi Tachibana Dancers, followed by a screening of the new film Hidden Legacy: Japanese Traditional Performing Arts in the WWII Internment Camps.

Making its Portland debut, the documentary Hidden Legacy is the first major presentation of traditional music, dance, and drama in camps and the remarkable roles played by the teachers of classical Japanese art forms.

Following the performances and screening, attendees will have an opportunity to be part of a panel discussion with Hidden Legacy Creative Director and Executive Producer Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto and Sahomi Tachibana who is featured in the film. Tickets may be purchased from the Hollywood Theatre.

 

Oregon_Nikkei . Last modified Oct 09 2014 12:41 p.m.


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