is an innovator of form and a key figure in Japanese contemporary theatre. He founded chelfitsch Theater Company in 1997. Named after a deliberate mispronunciation of the English word “selfish,” chelfitsch Theater Company came to be known for Okada's idiosyncratic vernacular language representing contemporary youth culture and astonishing imagery.Okada poses hard-hitting questions about the complexity of the ultramodern post- Fukushima Japanese society. At the same time, his art is universal and timeless.
Are We the Undamaged Others
Hot Pepper, Air Conditioner and the Farewell Speech
Five Days in March (Kunio Kishida Award)
God Bless Baseball
Ground and Floor
The Sonic Life of a Giant Tortoise
Time's Journey Through a Room