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Mary Stuart

Period

2020/1/27 (Mon) 〜2020/2/16 (Sun)

Venue

Setagaya Public Theater

Ticket Fee

General
S seats: 8,000 yen
A seats: 4,800 yen
(all seats reserved and tax included)
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Part of the center block in front of the 1st floor seat will be an acting area.

Tickets for this performance are prohibited for a fee without the organizer's consent.
This performance will be sold after confirming the buyer's name and contact information.
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Detailed Information

Performance content Life and Death
Religion and Politics
Nobleness, Shame, and Hidden Thoughts.
Is its beauty and pride a relief? Ruin?
Two queens, Mary and Elizabeth.

br />End of 16th century.
She is confined to Fozaringay Castle in the north of England,
Queen of Scotland Mary Stuart (Kyoko Hasegawa).
The throne of the Westminster Palace on the banks of the London Thames,
Queen Elizabeth I of England (Sylvia Grubb).
The gearof fate begins to turn toward the final chapter with the speculation of those who cross over the two queens.

Recently, Mary Stuart, which appears only in the two queens of Mary and Elizabeth, is famous for its many opportunities to perform, but Mary Stuart is a group drama with 20 characters. The text is based on the 18th-century German playwright Syrah's original playwright, illustrated by the 20th-century English poet Stephen Spender.

This is the fifth film to be directed by Shintaro Mori and Setagaya Public Theater. His latest work is a genre of historical dramas that Mori excels at. Although it is a story of England based on historical facts, the loneliness of those who have power, and the lives of those who try to find their way of life while running among those in power are vividly drawn by delicate psychological depictions, and it is a work full of power as if we who live in the present age approach with real persuasive power.
Please look forward to the birth of a gorgeous and sad stage that is suitable for the beginning of 2020.

Story
At the end of the 16th century, the country was driven by political change, and the distant relationship (distant relation) Mary, Queen of Scotland, who was her father's cousin, Queen Elizabeth of England, had kept her confined for 19 years, fearing the existence of Mary, england's right to succeed to the throne. Meanwhile, the two queens never met. And, the suspicion that it was involved in Elizabeth's assassination plot was put on Mary now, and the death sentence was sentenced to her as a result of the trial.
The confrontation between Mary, Queen of Scotland, and Queen Elizabeth I of England, running between them, a young man who falls in love with Mary Mortimer and a ploy to receive love from two queens It depicts Mary, who appeals for her own right ness as an unfair thing before the impending execution, and Elizabeth' anguish, which is disheartening whether or not to carry out the execution, is portrayed on the side lines of the bargaining between Lester and many other men.
Mary is said to want to forgive everyone once she hears her voice at a glance. The men who want to save Mary, if Mary sees at Elizabeth at first glance, she explores the opportunity that Elizabeth's stubborn thoughts might be dispelled. Will the two queens be able to play their first face-to-face?

<>Mori Shintaro Commentbr />Historical lying, Elizabeth has regretted signing Mary's execution order for the rest of her life. What caused the tragedy? Schiller captured the conflict between reason and emotion in their minds in detail, and drew on a macroscopic scale how the threat of public opinion, the feud between religions, and the struggle for supremacy between nations pushed away the fate swept away the fate of the two men. I would like to revive this thrilling and heartless human drama as a political drama that is familiar to the present day.

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Performances Homepage https://setagaya-pt.jp/performances/marystuart20200102.html
Appearance Kyoko Hasegawa ? Sylvia Grubb ? Ryosuke Miura ? Eisaku Yoshida ? Ryo Yamamoto ? Tatsuzo Aoyama ? Itsumi Aoyama ? Daisuke Kuroda ? Tomoya Hoshi ? Ikeshita Critical ? Zhao Yonglong ? Mao Baltner ? Takano Suzuki ? Ayaka Kanamatsu ? Machiko Tochio ? Kazukazu Yamazaki ? Takashi Fujiki
Staff Work? Friedrich Schiller ? A production script? Stephen Spender ? Translation? Tetsuo Anzai ? Directing? Shintaro Mori
Schedule <Period>
2020/1/27 (Mon) 〜2020/2/16 (Sun)


<Schedule>
1/27 (Mon) 18:30
Tuesday, January 28 18:30
January 30 (Thu) 14:00
January 31 (Fri) 14:00Sunday, February 02 13:00
Tuesday, February 04 14:00
02/05 (Wed) 18:30
02/06 (Thursday) 14:00> br />Friday, February 07 18:30
02/08 (Sat) 13:00
02/09 (Sun) 13:00
February 11 (Tue/Holiday) 14:00
2/12 (Wednesday) 14:00
02/13 (Thursday) 18:30
02/14 (Friday) 18:30
02/15 (Saturday) 13:00
Ticket Fee General
S seats: 8,000 yen
A seats: 4,800 yen
(all seats reserved and tax included)
>>
Part of the center block in front of the 1st floor seat will be an acting area.

Tickets for this performance are prohibited for a fee without the organizer's consent.
This performance will be sold after confirming the buyer's name and contact information.
+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Setagaya Public Theater
Remarks Preschool children are not admitted.
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