|ONOE MATSUSUKE III|
Other name: Onoe Ch˘tar˘
Line number: SANDAIME (III)
Poetry name: Sanch˘
Existence: 1805 ~ 2nd day of the 7th lunar month of 1851
Father: Onoe Kikugor˘ III
Brothers: Onoe Eizabur˘ IV, Onoe Kikunosuke
1805: born in Edo.
11th lunar month of 1809: he makes his first stage appearance at the Ichimuraza, receiving the name of Onoe Eizabur˘ II during the great shűmei of Onoe Matsusuke I and Onoe Eizabur˘ I, who take the respective names of Onoe Sh˘roku I and Onoe Matsusuke II.
11th lunar month of 1814: Onoe Matsusuke II and Onoe Eizabur˘ II take the respective names of Onoe Baik˘ III and Onoe Matsusuke III at the Nakamuraza, playing together in the drama "Ninin Muko Mikurai Sadame".
7th lunar month of 1815: premiere at the Kawarazakiza of Tsuruya Namboku IV's drama "Haji Momiji Ase no Kaomise" (commonly called "Date no Jűyaku"); Matsusuke plays the role of Watanabe Mimbunosuke [casting].
4th lunar month of 1848: Onoe Kikugor˘ III and Onoe Matsusuke III take the respective names of ďkawa Hashiz˘ I and ďkawa Sanch˘.
8th lunar month of 1848: tour in Nagoya; he settles in ďsaka with his father.
4th lunar month of 1849: his father ďkawa Hashiz˘ I dies on the way back to Edo.
5th lunar month of 1851: ďkawa Sanch˘ takes back the name of Onoe Matsusuke III and plays at the Kawarazakiza the role of Kohei in the drama "T˘kaid˘ Yotsuya Kaidan", which commemorates the 2nd anniversary (3rd memorial service) of the death of Onoe Kikugor˘ III.
Onoe Matsusuke III was a tachiyaku, who was the son of a Kabuki giant but made an average career in the first half of the nineteenth century.
Onoe Matsusuke III playing the role of Kokingo in the classic "Yoshitsune Sembon Zakura" (print made by Utagawa Kunisada I)
The Onoe Eizabur˘ line of actors
The Onoe Matsusuke line of actors
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