Tatsumi Hijikata’s Choreographic Timeline

1958

Dance of Burial Mound Figurine

1959

Forbidden Colors

1960

Flowers

Seeds

Divine (A choreography for Kazuo Ohno)

Disposal Place

Saint Marquis

Navel & A-Bomb (Directed by Hijikata and Eiko Hosoe) | video

1961

Secret Ceremony of a Hermaphrodite in the Early Afternoon

Sugar Candy

1962

Three Phases of Leda

1963

Masseur: A Story That Supports Passion (Anma) | video

1965

Rose Colored Dance: To Mr. Shibusawa’s House | video

1966

Instructional Illustrations For the Study of Divine Favor in Sexual Love: Tomato

1967

Emotion in Metaphysics

Butoh June

1968

Bride [Cat]

Untitled (First Yoko Ashikawa Choreography)

Hijikata Tatsumi and The Japanese: Rebellion of The Body | video 5 minute excerpt

1970

Seed of a Mute

Seaweed, The Dialect of Tohoku

1971

Selling Love

1972

Note of Regret

Twenty-Seven Nights for Four Seasons — Part of this piece was Candy Avalanche. See Candy Avalanche’s butoh-fu and scrapbook.

1973

Hosotan (A Story of Small Pox) | video

Quiet House | butoh-fu

Summer Storm | video

1974

Drawing of White Peach

The Beauty and The Disease

Sun Moon Ball

The Utter Darkness Butoh Ohno at House of Ebisu

Siren Salmon

1975

Rhapsody in “Futashinaya”

Lover of Mr. Bakke

Shall Not Wake The Women Up

Small Parasol

A Blind Girl Who Lies

The Utter Darkness Version of Princess Kagula

1976

Pear Head

It Was A Night Like This

Human Shape | 2:29 video excerpt

Costume in Front: A Model of Darkness For Boys and Girls

Lady on the Whale String | 2 minute video excerpt

1978

12 Phases of a Dancing Girl of Darkness: Fortnight for the Louvre Palace

Untitiled choreographies for Nimura Momoko and Yukio Waguri Choreographies

1983

Breasts of Japan

1984

Hawk Parlor

Performance of the Establishment of The Love Butoh School

1985

Tohoku Kabuki Project 1, 2, 3, and 4 (Part 4 is Hijikata’s final official choreography | 5 minute excerpt video)

The Last Card to The Familiarity

Dahlia of Aburamen

 


Nanoko, Kurihara. Hijikata Tatsumi Cronology. TDR. The Drama Review. Volume 44, number 1 (T 165). Sring 2000. Pages 29 to 33.
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