KďMORI NO YASU-SAN
   
Play title K˘mori no Yasu-san  In Japanese
Author Kimura Kinka
History

Kimura Kinka's drama "K˘mori no Yasu-san" was premiered in August 1931 at the Kabukiza with Morita Kan'ya XIII in the role of K˘mori no Yasu. It was a Kabuki adaptation of Charles Chaplin's 1931 movie "City Lights". It was revived at the National Theatre in December 2019 to commemorate the 130th Anniversary of Chaplin's Birth [more details].

Structure

"K˘mori no Yasu-san" was in 3 acts, divided into 11 scenes.

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Summary

The actors Morita Kan'ya XIII and Ichikawa Sh˘ch˘ II playing the roles of K˘mori no Yasu and Ohana in the drama "K˘mori no Yasu-san", which was staged in August 1931 at the Kabukiza

The actors Morita Kan'ya XIII and Ichikawa Dan'emon II playing the roles of K˘mori no Yasu and the female sum˘tori ďteyama in the drama "K˘mori no Yasu-san", which was staged in August 1931 at the Kabukiza

 
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