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Bella e Bestia: (Beauty and the Beast)

Author:Tsukuba Capio Hall, Issue: July 2003, Topic: Events

13th July (Sun) 16:00; Tsukuba Capio Hall
Original story: Viellenuve's tale
Script & directed: Teresa Ludovico
S 3500 yen, A 2500 yen

Reserved seats only
Only children 6 years old or over admitted.

(In Italian with Japanese superimposed dialogue)

Italy's Teatro Kismet presents the familiar fairy tale in an athletic and witty hour that both adults and children can enjoy. This theater provides the amplified growls of Beast, the production draws imaginatively on styles from circus clowning to acrobatics and dance.

The play is performed in Italian with Japanese superimposed dialogue. The Beast is never too scary, looking a bit like a man with a teddy bear head, and the actor plays as an attractively athletic figure, swinging from hammocks and rope ladders so that he rarely touches the floor. In appropriate counterpart actor's Beauty evokes both grace and the enegy of youth in her dance-like movements.

There will be a theater workshop for Kids.

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