From Masataka Matsuda, a major figure in Japanese contemporary theatre, comes a new play about his hometown of Nagasaki.
2021.1.27 (WED) – 1.31 (SUN)
Venue : ノースホール
Written and Directed by Masataka Matsuda
Playwright, Director, head of marebito theater company
Born in Nagasaki Prefecture in 1962. He has received the Kishida Drama Award for Sea and Parasol in 1996, the Yomiuri Drama Award for Moon Cape in 1997, and the Yomiuri Literary Prize for Over Summer Sands in 1999. In 2003, he formed marebito theater company. The company’s principal works include Performing Fukushima, presented as part of Festival/Tokyo 2018. Since 2012, he is a professor at Rikkyo University’s College of Contemporary Psychology Body Expression and Cinematic Arts course. He was an instructor for the theatre course at ROHM Theatre Kyoto’s Theatre School Project.
ROHM Theatre Kyoto launched this program in 2017 to create new theatre productions that can serve as part of a repertoire that will be staged long into the future. Through the process of creating new productions, it also organizes related programs for audience development and training actors, dramaturges, producers, and other specialists. In this way, the program aspires to build a new theatre culture in each community and region.
A ROHM Theatre Kyoto production
Presented by ROHM Theatre Kyoto (Kyoto City Music Art Cultural Promoting Foundation), Kyoto City
Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs in fiscal 2020 (TBC)
ROHM Theatre Kyoto TEL:075-746-3201
Ticket Prices¥3,500 25 and Under: ¥2,000 High School and Under: ¥1,000
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