Direction: MIYAGI Satoshi
Text: Olivier PY
Original text: Grimm brothers
Translation: NISHIO Sachiko, YOKOYAMA Yoshiji
Music direction: TANAKAWA Hiroko
|18 January, Saturday||14:00||*Post-performance talk|
|*Shuttle bus from Tokyo|
|19 January, Sunday||14:00||*Post-performance talk|
|*Shuttle bus from Hamamatsu|
|25 January, Saturday||14:00||*Guidance for theatre beginners|
|*Q&A session with MIYAGI Satoshi|
|1 February, Saturday||14:00||*Q&A session with MIYAGI Satoshi|
|2 February, Sunday||14:00||*Q&A session with MIYAGI Satoshi|
In Japanese with English subtitles
Duration: 90 minutes
Venue: Shizuoka Arts Theatre access
Performances for junior and high-school students
The mark “*” means the performances that have available seats for general audience. (The tickets are limited.)
14 January, Tuesday at 13:30*
15 January, Wednesday at 13:30
16 January, Thursday at 13:00
17 January, Friday at 13:30
20 January, Monday at 13:30*
21 January, Tuesday at 14:00*
23 January, Thursday at 13:30*
24 January, Friday at 13:30*
27 January, Monday at 14:00
28 January, Tuesday at 10:30 / 14:00
29 January, Wednesday at 13:30
30 January, Thursday at 13:30*
Pre-Performance Talk: Starting 25 minutes before each performance.
Post-performance talk by the artists and guests: after the performance.
18 January, Saturday
◎Talk by NASUDA Jun, HIRATA Oriza, MIYAGI Satoshi and OOKA Jun
19 January, Sunday
◎Talk by MOGI Kenichiro, MIYAGI Satoshi and OSAWA Masachi
Meet us at Cafe Cinderella!
After the performance, the actors will come to see you off in their stage costumes. We hope you will take this opportunity to interact with the actors!
The technical staff will take you on a special backstage tour. You can also ask us your questions about the stage.
25 January, Saturday
1 February, Saturday
2 February, Sunday
Every day, after the show
Time: About 30 minutes
Free of charge. Reservation required. Up to 40 people.
Guidance for theatre beginners
SPAC actors will give beginner audiences a lecture on what to look for and pay attention to before the performance. This event can be participated in by both those seeing the performance for the first time and repeaters.
25 January, Saturday at 12:30
Time: About 60 minutes
Free of charge. Reservation required. Up to 20 people.
Shuttle bus to Shizuoka Arts Theatre
18 January, Saturday
9:30 Shibuya → 13:00 Shizuoka Arts Theatre
19 January, Sunday
11:30 Hamamatsu → 13:00 Shizuoka Arts Theatre
*Returning bus will run after Post-performance talk.
**Reservation is required.
4,200 yen (One viewing for regular adult)
SPAC Membership Discount
3,500 yen (One viewing for regular adult)
3,700 yen per person
3,300 yen per person for group of 3 or more
3,500 yen for seniors over 60
*Please present ID at door
2,000 yen (University)
1,000 yen (High School and under)
*Please present school ID at door
2,900 yen (for those who possess handicap passbook)
*Cannot use more than one discount per purchase.
*Please inform use of discount when making reservation.
How to Purchase
Prior Reservation for Membership begins: 16 November at 10:00
Advance Tickets Sale begins: 23 November at 10:00
– Please enter from the language button “English”.
– Payment is possible with the following credit cards: DC, UFJ, NICOS, VISA, and Master. Tickets purchased through this website can be received at the venue from one hour prior to each performance.
from 10:00-18:00 at SPAC ticket center
●Purchase at BOX Office
SPAC ticket center (10:00-18:00)
●Purchase at Seven Eleven
Please use Multi Copy Machine inside stores
Available at the entrance counter for leftover seats, from one hour prior to each performance.
*Please confirm ticket availability on the day by phone or by visiting Twitter (@_SPAC_)
*Ticket reservations will finish at 18:00 on the day before the performance.
Please refrain from taking infants to the ordinary seats.
［Nursery room］ (up to three children, based on a first come first served basis; reservation required)
SPAC provides a nursery room where you can watch the performance with your infant children.
Please contact us at least one week in advance if you would like to use the free nursery service run by volunteers.
25 January, Saturday
2 February, Sunday
Coverage: Infants aged two and under
Lighting design: OSAKO Koji
Costume design: DOMOTO Kyoko
Stage design: FUKASAWA Eri
Stage manager: UCHINO Akiko, HARAIKAWA Yukio
Assistant director: NAKANO Masaki
Stage: ICHIKAWA Kazumi, OGAWA Tetsuro
Lighting operation: HIGUCHI Masayuki
Sound: MIGITA Soichiro, TAKESHIMA Chisato
Art work: SATO Yosuke, YOSHIDA Yuna
Wardrobe: SATO Rise
Hair and makeup: KAJITA Kyoko, TAKAHASHI Norimitsu
Song composition: Stéphane Leach
Technical director: MURAMATSU Atsushi
Production: TAKABAYASHI Rie, KUGA Haruko, MIYAKAWA Eri
Flyer design: ABE Taichi (TAICHI ABE DESIGN INC.)
Literary agent: BCF
Produced by SPAC-Shizuoka Performing Arts Center
Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan through the Japan Arts Council
General Artistic Director of Shizuoka Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
Born in Tokyo in 1959, after studying aesthetics at Tokyo University under ODASHIMA Yushi, WATANABE Moriaki and HIDAKA Hachiro, he founded the KU NA’ UKA theater company in 1990 and soon began staging plays overseas as well as in Japan. As a result, MIYAGI’s work — in which he often fuses contemporary textual interpretations with physical techniques and patterns of Asian theatre — has long been acclaimed both at home and far abroad. Indeed, in 2004 he received the 3rd Asahi Performing Arts Award, and the next year the 2nd Asahi Beer Art Award.
Since taking up his position with SPAC in April 2007, MIYAGI has staged many of his own works — including “Medea”, the Hindu epic “Mahabharata”, and “Peer Gynt” — and has invited artists from abroad to present pieces casting a keen eye on the modern world as they see it. In line with his aim to make theatre “a window to the world,” he has also started a new SPAC-based project aimed at the youth of Shizuoka.
In 2014, MIYAGI was invited to the Festival d’Avignon, where he received excellent reviews for his open-air version of the Hindu epic “Mahabharata” staged in La Carrière de Boulbon. Following that landmark achievement, the festival extended the honor of inviting MIYAGI to present a Buddhist interpretation he created of the ancient Greek mythological tragedy “Antigone” as its super-prestigious opening program for 2017. On that occasion, which was the first time an Asian play had ever been selected to launch the festival, MIYAGI’s exalted “stage” was the open-air Cour d’honneur du Palais des papes (the Honor Court of the Palace of Popes). By the play’s end, those towering medieval stone walls were ringing out with long and splendid standing ovations welcoming the work’s director and creator along with SPAC’s actors and staff — while more than 60 European media all gave great reviews.
In 2018, he received the 68th Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Art Encouragement Prize of Drama. Also he recieved “Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres” from the Ministry of Culture of France in 2018.
Playwright, director and actor. Born in 1965 in Grasse (France). He studied theatre at the Conservatoire national supérieur d’art dramatique (CNSAD) in Paris, and theology and philosophy at l’Institut Catholique (Catholic University of Paris). He was Director of the Centre Dramatique National/Orléans-Loiret-Centre from 1998-2007, Director of the Théâtre national de l’Odéon from 2007–12 and of the Festival d’Avignon (2013–). Among his major works performed in Shizuoka between 2008–16 have been “Illusions Comiques,” “Epitre aux jeunes acteurs,” “Grimm’s Fairy Tales” (trilogy), “Romeo and Juliet Unabridged Version,” “Miss Knife chante Olivier PY” and “The Girl, the Devil and the Mill.”