公演を観る
Takahiro Fujita

Program


Director's Program

“Chair/IL POSTO”

mum&gypsy

Text & Direction: Takahiro Fujita

Area

  • Toyooka

Date and Time

Sep.13(Fri)19:00
Sep.14(Sat)19:00
Sep.15(Sun)11:00

Performance Duration

Approx. 105 minutes
Reception Open: 60 mins before the show
Doors Open: 30 mins before the show

Performance Language

Peformed in Japanese and Italian with Japanese subtitles

Admission Fee

【All seats unreserved】
Advance Tickets: ¥4,000
Same-day Tickets: ¥4,500
Advance Tickets U25/Student/Disabled Discount: ¥3,000*
Same-day Tickets Disabled Discount: ¥3,500*
U18 for advance and Same-day: Free*
Uzumaku Pass: ¥1,000

Clap Mates*
If there are remaining seats on the day, you can watch the performance for free who aged 19 to 25, or those with a valid student ID.

*Please present proof at the reception on the day of the event

mum & gypsy is a theater company directed by playwright Takahiro Fujita. For their second international collaboration project, the group aims to present their latest work together with members based in Italy.

Performers
Aoi Naksone, Alessandra Cozzi, Giorgia Fiorentini, Lara di Bello, Luca Maino(tentative)
Staff
Stage Manager: Yoshiko Haraguchi
Lighting: Naomi Koyanaka
Sound: Daisuke Hoshino
Video Designer: Jitsuko Mesuda
Production manager: Kana Hayashi, Shiori Koga
Other
Accessibility

Wheelchair Seats
For wheelchair seats, or the person requests to be accompanied by a caregiver.
Before purchasing tickets, please inquire at the Festival Center counter or fill out the inquiry form.

Childcare Services (Reservation Required)
Date: 9/15 (Sun) 11:00
Childcare services will be provided free of charge. For details, please click here.

Notes
No admission for preschoolers
Credits
Presented by mum&gypsy.LCC

Support: Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan|Japan Arts Council, The Saison Foundation
CRISOL, Fabbrica Eropa, CapoTrave / kilowatt, MINISTERO DELLA CULTURAL
mum & gypsy
mum & gypsy is a theater company founded in 2007 by Takahiro Fujita, who is the writer and director of all of their performances. The company garnered attention for its method of “refrains,” in which symbolic scenes are repeated, and has received awards including the Kishida Prize for Drama and the Yomiuri Theater Award for Outstanding Director. Continuing to receive high praise from audiences and artists of various genres, since 2012, the group has presented works in areas beyond theater as well as its performances. They also perform outside of Japan, touring their repertoire abroad and staging pieces in international collaborations.