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On May 29, 1945, there was a massive air raid against the central area of Yokohama by the US military. It is said that an attack by an incendiary bomb has caused about 8,000 to 10,000 deaths. Based on the true story of people who experienced this "Yokohama Great Air Raid", a new reading play was born. This performance will be held for the purpose of becoming an opportunity to deeply think about war and peace for many people through this work, speaking to the future the history which actually occurred in our town, we should never forget. Utilizing the location of "Kosha 33" opened in April, facing the Japanese main street "a place where many people gather", Yokohama Yumeza's vision, "Creating a city where everyone can easily feel theater" We will also develop it as part of efforts towards "
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Yokohama Yume Special performance
Reading play "turn over the skirt"
[Date and time] May 29 (Tue) 18: 00 ~
[Venue] Kosha 33 Studio (Kanagawa Prefecture Housing Corporation 1F)
[Cast] Five Great Lakes, Matsui Engineer, Haruka Ito
[Work] Abe Yukari
[Piano] Abe tomorrow look
[Approach · Directing] Matsui Engineering
[TEL] 045 – 661 – 0623 (Yokohama Yumeza secretariat)
"What is Yokohama Yumeza"
Inaugurated in 1999 with chairperson Five major Roko, "Let's send theater from Yokohama!" Yokohama Yumeza is a new type of theater group that can be said to be a "Yokohama style" that was born in cooperation with professional theater people, citizens, companies, and administration. Specifically, we planned and produced mainly the "Yokohama Dream Executive Committee composed mainly of the five Great Ladders", and created various Yokohama Yumesha Club (enterprises), administrative institutions, various citizen boys such as students and housewivesWith the support of Rantier, I requested to act as a professional actor, and each performance has come. The number of audiences increased as more times went on, and attracted attention from all over the country. This year marks the 18 th year since the beginning of the flag, I continue to dream a theater from Kanagawa to the world.
AreaYokohama Bay Area (Naka-ku and Nishi Ward)