|FUKUMORI KYÛSUKE III|
Line number: SANDAIME (III)
Before 1831: his first pen name was Tamaki Kyûji.
11th lunar month of 1833: Kyûji worked at the Ichimuraza, along with Nagawa Motosuke and Fukumori Kyûsuke II, on the kaomise drama "Koi Yoriiru Tsui no Yumitori". He changed the first ideogram for his first name:
11th lunar month of 1843: he took the name of Fukumori Kyûji and worked, along with Sakurada Jisuke III, Hon'ya Hanshichi and Shinoda Sasuke, at the Ichimuraza on the kaomise drama "Wakatonobara Sharin no Ôyose", which commemorated the 12th anniversary (13th memorial service) of the passing away of Bandô Mitsugorô III.
11th lunar month of 1847: Kyûji worked, along with Sakurada Jisuke III, Namiki Gohei III, Fujimoto Kichibê and Shimizu Shôshichi II, at the Ichimuraza on the drama "Genke Hachidai Megumi no Tsuwamono", which welcomed back in Edo the actor Ichikawa Kodanji IV.
1849: he took the name of Fukumori Kyûsuke III.
2nd lunar month of 1857: Kyûsuke worked at the Moritaza on the drama "Irifune Soga Nihon no Torikaji". One day, a samurai who was watching the play and was so caught up in the actions on stage, suddenly drew his sword and jumped on the stage to strike the actor Ichikawa Ichizô III. Several theater staff were killed when they tried to stop the samurai and Ichikawa Ichizô III was injured. It was a light injury as he was able to perform the following day. Thanks to this unexpected samurai brawl, the play was a huge success.
Fukumori Kyûsuke III was an Edo sakusha, who worked was active from the end of the 1800s to the end of the 1850s. No record after 1859. He never became tatesakusha. He was also called at the end of his career Fukumori Kiusuke .
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