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Kabukiza Theatre reopens after five-month coronavirus hiatus | JT

The Kabukiza Theatre held its very first program in 5 months Saturday after putting on hold efficiencies to suppress the across the country spread of the story coronavirus.

Audiences, nevertheless, were decreased to half dimension at the “August at the Kabukiza Theatre” program, which goes through Aug. 26. The reveal attributes various entertainers in each of the 4 components, and also the viewers are additionally changed out after each.

“I understand how necessary (kabuki) is after not seeing it for months,” stated a 58-year-old guy that was the very first to get to the cinema in Tokyo’s Ginza area. He stated he has actually been a kabuki follower for 20 years.

A female in her 20s that came completely from Kyoto for the program, stated, “I feel safe at the Kabukiza Theatre but not on city streets, so I will go home quickly today.”

In the very first component of the program, which started at 11 a.m., celebrity Kataoka Ainosuke, 48, made a hall statement informing the target market that he will certainly “do his best on the stage while praying for a swift end to the crisis. He then performed the “Renjishi.”

Both the vocalists and also shamisen gamers done while putting on masks to obstruct the infection.


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