First performance in Tokyo after performances in Kitakyushu and Fukuoka cities.
Voted as one of the best three stages of 2002 by the Asahi Shimbun
Written by Sergi Belbel
Direction by Peter Goessner
December 2001: Multi-purpose Hall, Kyushu Human Media Creation Center, Kitakyushu City
March 2002 Fukuoka: Multidimensional Hall of Kyushu Institute of Design (now Kyushu University)
Organized by: Fukuoka Theatre and Culture Research Group Supported by: Fukuoka City Foundation for Arts and Culture
Tokyo: Black Tent Workspace, November 2002
Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs and Japan Arts Council, Performing Arts Promotion Project
The first performance of the Spanish play by Sergi Belbel in first translated to Japanese, a play consisting of an omnibus of seven stories.
The play made its Tokyo premiere and was voted one of the three best plays of 2002 by the Asahi Shimbun.
– Director’s Message -.
Our performance was the Japanese premiere of a play written by the young Spanish playwright Sergi Berber. Although the play takes place in a Western society of the same era, it is in line with the Japanese image of man and his problems in general.