めにみえない みみにしたい 東松山市民文化センター
"I don't want to see you"
Onanko goes into the forest in search of a strange creature
Saitama Arts Theater and up-and-coming playwright, director Marm and Gypsy Takahiro Fujita's first drama work “I want to see you in the future” that children and adults can enjoy together.
While reducing the threshold of children's theater using various techniques, such as making a large cloth look like a forest, and visual effects using game elements such as shiritori and shabondama, it also challenges the motif of girl growth, independence, and war As a work that can be appreciated by adults, it was highly evaluated at the 2018 premiere.
This time it will be re-run, it will tour 14 cities nationwide from Hokkaido to Okinawa.
Let's go out together to find the creatures that can't be seen!
The girl who worries about herself goes out to the night forest to fulfill the old legend she heard from her cat, Nyanya. Mom was also a child, and many animals, mysterious creatures and fairies lived in the forest. A woman who is guided by a hunter whom she met in the forest and proceeds to the back of the forest. An old house that finally arrived. While the neighbor forest and war were about to begin, Onanoko saw it in an old house ...
Product / Direction
Music: Atsuko Harada Costume: suzuki takayuki
Lighting: Kaori Minami Sound: Kazuya Takeuchi Video: Miko Sumida
Stage director: Masako Suda
Promotional art: Naoko Nakui Promotional illustration: Yuuko Higuchi Promotional photo: Sayuki Inoue
Kaori Ino, Yuriko Kawasaki, Ami Narita, Yoko Hasegawa
You can see the original information(Japanese).