Toshiki Okada × Pig Iron Theatre Company "ZERO COST HOUSE"

About the event

ZERO COST HOUSE is a meditation on how Henry David Thoreau's Walden changed a man's life; on the disruptions and re-imaginings that accompany a national disaster; and on the uneasy compromises between radical idealism and contemporary living.

The creation of Zero Cost House was funded in part by the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage through the Philadelphia Theatre Initiative; by the MAP Fund, a 
program of Creative Capital supported by the Doris Duke Charitable
 Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation; by the Japan Foundation through the Performing Arts JAPAN Program; by the Independence Foundation New Works Initiative; by the Asian Cultural Council; by the Saison Foundation; by the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art; and by the William Penn Foundation.


DirectorDan Rothenberg
TextToshiki Okada
TranslatorAya Ogawa
PerfprmerMary McCool, Ayesha Ngaujah, James Sugg, Alex Torra, and Dito van Reigersberg
Set DesignMimi Lien
Lighting DesignerPeter West
Costume DesignerMaiko Matsushima
Sound DesignerKatie Down
Associate Sound DesignerMikaal Suleiman
Props MasterKimitha Cashin
Contributing Writer/DramaturgJackie Sibblies Drury
Production ManagerBelina Mizrahi
Technical DirectorIan Guzzone
Technical DirectorKoro Suzuki
Stage ManagerKazuhiko Nakahara
Sound DirectorKohei Harashima (SONICWAVE)
Lighting DirectorNami Nakayama
SubtitleKaku Nagashima
Subtitle OperatorMiwa Monden
Flyer DesignHitoshi Odajima
Productionprecog, TPAM in Yokohama 2013
Supported byThe Saison Foundation, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation 
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