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Festival/Tokyo, which bills itself as “Japan’s leading performing-arts event,” is notable this year for its international collaborations — especially between Japanese and Korean dramatists, whose works comprise three of the 12 main programs in its Oct. 31-Dec. 6 span.

But as its subtitle of “Border Fusion” suggests, F/T 2015’s sights are set on even wider horizons, with its brochure declaring: “Our lives are enclosed by many kinds of borders, including those of nationality, generation, values and experience. … Yet, through the performing arts, F/T aspires to join with audiences in creating dialogue across borders.”

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