An Immersion Into Japan's Raucous Matsuri Traditions with Zach Dorn

A Special Lunch-Time Pop-Up Presentation

Date(s) & Times

May 14, 2018

12:00-1:30 PM



Admission by Donation, Free for Studio@620 Members


Red Circle Sponsors: J. Crayton Pruitt Family Foundation

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Join us for an exciting lunch time treat--complete with food truck!

The Studio@620 is thrilled to welcome Zach Dorn back to our space for an intimate talk about his recent experiences in Japan! Zach is a theatre-maker, puppeteer, and animator who has spent a year studying traditional puppetry and contemporary theater in Japan as one of the inaugural Julie Taymor World Theater Fellows and is currently performing at the Tampa and Orlando Fringe Festivals.

Enjoy "An Immersion Into Japan's Raucous Matsuri Traditions, Edo Era Robots, and the Wonder of Fusuma Karakuri" while munching on your lunch. The Ikigari Sushi Bowls and Wraps Food Truck will be on site for you to purchase lunch or you may bring your own brown bag from home. Just don't miss this opportunity to spend some time with a delightful creator who has taken his craft from local to world-wide.

To get a taste in advance, watch this video.