'Kafka on the Shore' by Yukio Ninagawa
 
 
 
 
2015. 11. 24(TUE) ~ 28(SAT)
Weekdays 7:30 pm, Sat 2pm
R 80,000 / S 60,000 / A 40,000
3hrs incl. an interval
Phone) 02-2005-0114
Fax) 02-2005-1538
Email) arts2005@lgart.com
◇ Viewing Rating : Not recommended for under 15
 

'Kafka on the shore’ is an internationally bestselling novel by Japan’s most widely read and highly regarded author, Haruki MURAKAMI. The book features a 15-yearold boy named Kafka, who runs away from his home in Tokyo, to escape a troublesome father and dark prophecy which he learns of. Kafka’s story soon meets with the
elderly visage of Nakata, whose hunt for a lost cat takes him on the road for the first time in his life. With its blend of magical realism, suspense, humor and sex, it was long regarded a great challenge for anyone who attempt to dramatize this novel. Now, celebrated director Yukio NINAGAWA realizes his long-held ambition to stage
it. Using a series of multi-layered sets, NINAGAWA’s magnificently visualized staging of this epic will fascinate the
audience.

 

Produced by Saitama Arts Foundation, Tokyo Broadcasting System Television Inc and HoriPro Inc
Co-produced by Japan Foundation
Official Airline: ANA