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Shoko Ito’s Japanese Solo Theater Performance ‘Samurai Grandma’ at Dharmaloka Hall, University of Kelaniya

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The Faculty of Humanities of the University of Kelaniya in collaboration with the Japan- Sri Lanka Embassy of Sri Lanka presented Shoko Ito’s Japanese Solo theater performance ‘Samurai Grandma’ on the 9th of October at Dharmaloka Hall at the University of Kelaniya. This event was sponsored by the Japan foundation and the purpose of organizing this event was to provide an understanding of Japanese Solo Theater.

Mr. Kogi Yagi, Charge of Affairs, Embassy of Japan in Sri Lanka graced the event as the Guest of Honor. The event was also participated by Prof. D.M Semasinghe, Vice-Chancellor, University of Kelaniya, Prof. Lakshman Senevirathne, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Ms. Shoko Ito, Director and Actor of “Samurai Grandma”. Mr. Takaoka Masaki, First Secretary-Cultural Affairs-Embassy of Japan in Sri Lanka, Prof. Bimali Jayawardena, Prof. Patrick Ratnayake, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Dean of the Faculty of Science, Dr. Aruna Karunarathne, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Commerce & Management Studies, Dr. Dilrukshi Rathnayake, Head of the Department of Modern languages, R.M. Priyankara Rathnayake, the Head of the Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, academic and non-academic staff members and many invitees.

Last Updated on Friday, 27 October 2017 09:35


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