2019年 ホワイトホースシアターの2チームの演目について

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Team
White Horse

大学から中学高学年までを
対象にした4人編成 
A : Macbeth
B : The Tyrant's Kiss 
C : Honesty 
ツア日程 
9月スタートまたは10月スタートとなります

Team
Pony 

小中学校で大評判!
初心者に向けた2人編成
D : The Firebird 
E : The Mice in the Clock 
ツア日程 詳細は未定
所要時間 : 
“A”作品は90分前後 そのほかの劇は60分程度です。(劇の前にあらすじの説明を行うなどのご希望があれば5分から10分くらいの時間が必要です。)
劇の後5分ほど着替えないし水分補給を終えた後、学校および劇団員の時間が許せば20分ほど皆さんと俳優の交流の時間を設けます。特に費用は掛かりません。片付けのお手伝いも歓迎。

  
2019年の出し物が決定しました。
A Macbeth
by W.Shakese作
(上級者向け)(高校生から大人まで)Shakespere の悲劇を90分に編集してありますが、原文の輝くような英語は何ら搊なわれておりません。欲望を抑えられない人間の業を表現します。
B
The Tyrant's Kiss
Peter Griffith 作

(高校生以上)Shakespeareの劇“Pericles”を基にしています。困難を乗り越える男の悲劇的なしかし最後は幸せとなる恋物語。
C Honesty Peter Griffith 作 (中学生、高校生、大学生)ロンドン市内を逃走する犯人を追跡する子供たちの冒険談
D The Firebird
ロシア民話「火の鳥《を基にしたPeter Griffithの新作
魔法使いに虜にされたIwan王子とZarevna姫は火の鳥に助けてもらえるでしょうか。易しい単語をくり返しながら物語は展開されます。
日常のごく基本的な単語を使った非常に易しい作品です。英語の楽しさを学びます。 
E The Mice in the Clock
Peter Griffith作 時計の中に住むネズミの夫婦。英語の学習を始めてすぐの方にも楽しめます。
英語劇ワークショップ 俳優とご一緒に参加者のレベルに応じてワークショップをデザインします。 俳優たちと考え、動き、表現、創作をしたりします。<別料金で申し受けます>
 

Workshop  

collecting exercise acting


(A)Macbeth Three witches tell the warrior Macbeth that he will be king of Scotland. Can he simply sit back and wait for the prophesy to be fulfilled – or should he follow his wife’s advice and kill the present king?
Macbeth’s decision to take his fate into his own hands and murder Duncan leads him to power and fame; but it also leads to further murders, to war, to madness and despair, to the disintegration of the country and of the natural world order.

White Horse Theatre's abridgement of the play, in which the whole story is told by the witches, brings out all the macabre horror of this fascinating tale. Shakespeare's original language is retained, and at the same time the play reveals a frightening relevance to the corruption and power-struggles between war-lords that dominate many parts of the contemporary world.

(B)The Tyrant's Kiss The Tyrant's Kiss is a new contemporary version of Shakespeare's play Pericles.

Perry sets on a dangerous journey across the Mediterranean. He is twice nearly drowned... he is imprisoned... he looses his wife, his daughter, and all his posessions. But he never loses his courage and his hope. Can he ever find happiness?

This play is written in modern English, closely following the story-line of its Shakespearean original... and at the same time revealing depths of frightening contemporary relevance.

(C)Honesty Two teenagers see a robbery - and soon they are involved in an exciting chase through the streets of London...

Extract from the script 'Honesty' Tim: Hey, you there, stop! Annie: Somebody stop him! He´s a thief! Tim: Where is he going? Annie: Down to the left there - he´s going towards the station. Tim: Quick - head him off! Annie: Grab him! Tim: Somebody stop that man! Annie: Stop that thief! Tim: Catch him! Annie: Stop that man! Tim: Where is he? Annie: He´s over there! Tim: He´s in the station! Annie: He´s running down the platform! Tim: He´s getting on the train. He´s getting away!

(D)The Firebird

Prince Ivan and Princess Zarevna have been imprisoned by a wicked magician. Their only hope is a magic feather, given to Prince Ivan by a beautiful and mysterious bird. Can the firebird destroy the glass walls that surround the young couple... without awakening the magician?

This delightful dramatisation of a Russian folk-tale is suitable for pupils in their third and fourth years of learning English - an exciting story, involving music, dance, and audience participation.

Extract from the script 'The Firebird' Ivan:This is amazing. I've got a bird that can fly, and sing, and talk! Firebird:Ivan, please let me out. Ivan:What? Firebird:Please let me out. It is horrible being in a cage. Ivan:But if I let you out, I won't have my wonderful bird any more.

(E) The Mice in the Clock

Mr and Mrs Mouse have made a comfortable home in a clock. But problems begin when Mr Mouse eats too much cheese, and he is too fat to squeeze through the hole that leads to the outer world. This delightfully simple play is suitable for children of kindergarten age, and for pupils who are just beginning to learn English.

Extract from the script 'The Mice in the Clock'
Arthur: Yes, this is our bedroom. And this is the bed. I like to lie on our bed. Isa: Yes, my husband likes to lie on the bed. Why don´t you do some work?This is the bedroom. Arthur:Me? Work? Oh... tomorrow. Isa:What? Arthur:Tomorrow I can work. Today I am tired. Today I lie on the bed. Isa:He is a lazy fat mouse.