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MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE

NŌ THEATER

2018.7.6 (FRI) – 7.8 (SUN)

Theatre South Hall
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Noh“Roppongi”
Aikyougen“Gertrude”
Noh“Tochomae”

A part of the repertoire at MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE, one of Germany’s most prestigious public theaters, comes to ROHM Theatre Kyoto! Adopting the style of Noh, one of the oldest of Japan’s performing arts, Okada depicts the capitalist Japan of today. To me, what’s significant is the fact that the style of Noh performance is extremely theatrical. That is far more important than the notion that Noh is so uniquely Japanese. - Toshiki Okada

Information

2018.7.6 (FRI) – 7.8 (SUN)

Venue : South Hall

START 7/6(FRI) 7/7(SAT) 7/8(SUN)
15:00 ◎ ■
19:00

*Doors open 30 minutes prior
■=Post-performance talk
◎=Childcare Service Available (fee and reservation required) For more detail, please contact ROHM Theatre Kyoto Box Office.

About

Language

*Performed in German with Japanese and English subtitles

ROHM Theater Kyoto calls for performance Extras!!

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Flyer

Flyer

The full text of Nachtkritik is the following link.
Nachtkritik.de

Profile

Toshiki Okada

Born in Yokohama in 1973. Playwright / Director / Novelist. He formed the theater company chelfitsch in 1997. Since then he has written and directed all of the company’s productions, practicing a distinctive methodology for creating plays, and has come to be known for his use of hyper-colloquial Japanese and unique choreography. In 2005, his play “Five Days in March” won the prestigious 49th Kishida Kunio Drama Award. His collection of short stories titled “The End of the Special Time We Were Allowed” was published in February 2007 and awarded the Oe Kenzaburo Prize. In 2013, his first book on theatrology was published by Kawade Shobo Shinsha. He has widened the sphere of his activity to art exhibitions as well. Since 2016,he began a commission to direct works in a repertory program at the Munich Kammerspiele, one of the foremost public theaters in Germany, for three consecutive seasons.

chelfitsch web site

Profile

MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE

The Münchner Kammerspiele are among the most important stages in the German-speaking context. Since its beginnings, the theatre has been shaped by a strong ensemble, which particularly seeks the dialogue and confrontation with the present. The Münchner Kammerspiele conceive themselves as an aesthetically innovative, contemporary, and cosmopolitan municipal theatre with a socio-political focus.
At the beginning of the season 2015/16, Matthias Lilienthal took over the artistic direction of the Münchner Kammerspiele. A “municipal theatre of a new type”, “the Munich blend”, “club”, “hybrid” – these are some of the slogans that have been used to describe the experimental arrangement that commenced at Maximilianstraße in autumn 2015. The central parameters in this constellation are the strong ensemble composed of some well-known and some new faces and the increasing internationalisation of the theatre, which invites directors such as Philippe Quesne, Rabih Mroué, and Toshiki Okada.

MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE web site

Cast & Crew

Text and Directed by
Toshiki Okada (chelfitsch)

Music by
Kazuhisa Uchihashi

Casts
Maja Beckmann,Anna Drexler,Thomas Hauser,Jelena Kuljić,Stefan Merki

Credits

Produced by
MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE

Premiered at
MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE KAMMER 1 (SCHAUSPIELHAUS), Feb. 2017

Supported by
Ministry or Foreign Affairs of Federal Republic of Germany, Goethe-Institut

Presented by
ROHM Theatre Kyoto, Kyoto City

Ticket purchase & Booking

Ticket Prices

Reserved Seats only Adult 4,500 yen Youth (25 and under) 3,500 yen * Youth tickets are available at ROHM Theatre Kyoto Box Office. * Proof of age is required for Youth tickets when entering. * Tickets are not available for children preschool age and younger Tickets available from 10:00am April 14 Sat, 2018 Pre-order available for members* from April 7 Sat, 2018 * Friends member (online member), Club member (Kyoto Concert Hall / ROHM Theatre Kyoto Membership), Friends of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra

Pre-release

2018.4.7 (SAT)

Tickets on Sale

2018.4.12 (THR)

Tickets Available from

  • ROHM Theatre Kyoto Online Tickets
  • ROHM Theatre Kyoto Box Office[TEL.075-746-3201 (everyday 10:00-19:00)]
  • Kyoto Concert Hall Box Office[TEL.075-711-3231 (10:00~17:00 closed on 1st and 3rd Mondays, and the following Tuesday in case 1st or 3rd Monday is a national holiday) ]
  • Ticket Pia TEL.0570-02-9999
  • LAWSON Ticket TEL.0570-084-005