Category Archives: Kakitsubata

May 25

Recording Kakitsubata with Ryan Bede

At Jack Straw Cultural Center where I received a grant to record the piece.

March 22

Recording at Jack Straw

Maria Mannisto, José Luis Muñoz & Jordan McClellan. Tulips outside followed by dinner at Christy’s.

May 28

Fisher Ensemble in Köln

Top: Hartmut Schulz, Maria Mannisto, Matthew Richardson, José Luis Muñoz, Marie-Sophie Caspar, Greg Bagley. Bottom: Garrett Fisher, Jamin Oh, Christy Fisher. Photo courtesy of Christian Palm.

Photos from Germany

Rehearsing… Venue prep… Drinking & eating… Spending time with friends…

Cologne & Aachen, May 2-4

Cologne & Aachen, May 2-4 Information about the Fisher Ensemble’s upcoming performances in Cologne & Aachen – May 2-4!

March 21

A Photo-Portrait of José Luis Muñoz

taken in his apartment while planning out our Germany tour

March 17

ACT Theatre Party

People: José Luis Muñoz, Matthew Richardson, Jordan McClellan, Greg Bagley, Garrett Fisher, Mark Wilson, Munenori Takeda.

March 11

Noh Master Munenori Takeda

Featured on the Noh double-bill this fall is Noh master Munenori Takeda, who will be traveling this week from Tokyo to join the Fisher Ensemble in a workshop presentation at ACT Theatre this Friday (March 14). About Mr. Takeda: Munenori Takeda was born into a prestigious family of Noh actors belonging to the Kanze School, which […]

March 03

A moment with Noh: March 14

When: Friday, March 14, 2014, 7-9 pm. (Doors open at 6:30 pm) Where:  ACT Theatre  (700 Union St., Seattle) Price: A $10 suggested donation at the door. Reserve your seat by sending a request to info at Japan Arts Connection Lab is excited to be bringing Noh master Munenori Takeda back to Seattle.  He will be presenting […]

January 03

Kakitsubata Line-Up: Benjamin Mosse

It’s time to Skype! I’m thrilled to announce that Europe-based director Benjamin Mosse will be joining the Fisher Ensemble in our production of Kakitsubata. I first worked with Benjamin on our New York production of Kocho:  Benjamin has directed over 55 pieces internationally and in the United States, including Manjula Padmanabhan’s Harvest; and Saviana Stanescu’s Innovative Theatre Award […]