Full Moon Tales at Yume Japanese Gardens

Full Moon Tale Flyer

The full moon will set the scene on the evening of Saturday, December 6 for an original theatrical performance of the beloved Japanese folktale Kaguya Hime — The Bamboo Princess. Children and adults alike will be enchanted as performers in masks engage in storytelling, dance, and shadow play to the sound of traditional bamboo flute music and taiko drums.

The production is by Theatre 3 (T3) with local guest musicians (including Rome Hamner, Karen Falkenstrom,  Paul Amiel, and Tomomi Katz on koto). Paul Amiel, noted practitioner of Asian folk music, is a member of T3 as well as Musical Director of this production. It’s roughly based on a production T3 did last year as part of their Teatrum Orbis Terrarum series at Live Theater Workshop.

Buy tickets online here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/full-moon-tale-an-evening-of-japanese-storytelling-music-and-theater-tickets-14387008931?aff=eorg

More info about Yume Japanese Gardens: www.tucsonjapanesegardens.org.

 

2 responses to “Full Moon Tales at Yume Japanese Gardens

  1. For those attending, please be aware that Luminaria Nights at the nearby Tucson Botanical Gardens means that parking and traffic will be very heavy. Please plan accordingly and allow more time to arrive. 🙂

    • Carolyn Classen

      Thanks Teena for the heads up regarding parking, as it is limited at Yume Japanese Gardens, with people parking on the side streets north/south of the gardens.