Artist：Reading playin farthest land （Japan）
Title：Reading play in farthest land
◎日期 = 9月29日星期五 演出20:00開始（19:30開門）30日（週六）16:00開始（15:30開門） 演出19:00開始（18:30開門） ◎價格=預售3,000日圓，當天3,500日圓（附護照3,300日圓） 小學生、國中生、高中生2500日元 ◎表演=常盤貴子 ◎作者=大崎清香 ◎作曲/導演=永塚敬志 ◎音樂=阿部海太郎 ◎美術=南條芳樹 ◎燈光=岡野正代 ◎服裝=市井麻友 ◎化妝=板倉琢磨◎舞台監督=伊藤龍彥◎舞台、燈光合作=鈴木泰人◎音響、製作=伊藤豐（伊藤音樂社）◎策劃=阿部海太郎、南條芳樹 ◎服裝合作=
The poet, Sayaka Osaki, interprets the lifestyle of Suzu, writes new stories, and performs recitations of plays. In addition to researching local folk tales and the old tales performed last time, she discovers new Suzu folk tales through interviews with people who are living in the present. Direction is by Keishi Nagatsuka, who brought the Suzu Theater Museum into an actual "theater" space with local performers in Suzu Night Dream last year. The music that colors the story is by Umitaro Abe, who was in charge of the music for Yoko-no-Umi, which will be screened in the museum. The reading is performed by Takako Tokiwa, who has deepened exchanges with the people of Suzu after her appearance in the morning TV drama "Mare".
◎Date = September 29th Performance starts at 20:00 (doors open at 19:30)
September 30th Performance starts at 16:00 (doors open at 15:30)
September 30th Performance starts at 19:00 (doors open at 18:30)
◎Price = 3,000 yen in advance, 3,500 yen on the day (3,300 yen with passport)
Elementary, junior high and high school students 2500 yen
◎Performance = Takako Tokiwa
◎Author = Kiyoka Osaki ◎Composition/direction = Keishi Nagatsuka ◎Music = Kaitaro Abe ◎Art = Yoshiki Nanjo ◎Lighting = Masayo Okano ◎Costume = Mayu Ichii ◎Makeup = Takuma Itakura ◎Stage director = Tatsuhiko Ito ◎Stage and lighting cooperation = Yasuto Suzuki ◎Sound and production = Yutaka Ito (Ito Ongakusha) ◎Planning = Kaitaro Abe, Yoshiki Nanjo ◎Costume cooperation =
Reading playin farthest land （Japan）
A theater team started by Umitaro Abe, who was in charge of the music for Yoko-no-Umi at the Suzu Theater Museum, and Yoshitake Nanjo, a curator. In the performance in 2022, Keishi Nagatsuka directed a play born from the storytelling in Suzu, which was created by poet Sayaka Osaki. The performance Suzu Night Dream was read aloud by actor Yukiya Kitamura and Suzu citizen volunteers. It was very popular with full seats every day.