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Note: One of the performers, Mr Kikuzuki Kichiju, will not be performing in this weekend’s Kabuki performance, due to an urgent surgery in Japan. The drama of Amma to Dorobo, “The Masseur and The Thief” will be able able to continue with Mr Sekawa Kiraku and Mr Hanayagi Sumizo performing in the lead roles. We wish Mr Kikuzuki Kichiju a smooth surgery and a speedy recovery.





KABUKI Traditional Theatre Performance in Singapore
Start to selling tickets on 27th January!!

ANMA TO DOROBO / The Masseur and The Thief

16 Mar 2012 (Fri), 2pm & 8pm
17 Mar 2012 (Sat), 2pm & 7.30pm

Approx 2 hrs 30 mins
(2 Intervals Approx 40mins)

SOTA/ School of The Arts
Drama Theatre

Standard – S$78, S$65, S$48

SISTIC: Kabuki 

START SALES DATE: 27 Jan 2012, 9am

Japanese with English surtitles

Kabuki. Now In Singapore.
Kabuki is a classical form of traditional Japanese dance-drama, and most of these plays were written way back in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Often considered to be avant-garde or bizarre to non-Japanese critics and audiences, Kabuki engages viewers with a unique and quintessentially Japanese blend of dance, dialogue, wit and music.
As our first foreign performance in Los Angeles in 2010 was a massive sell-out success, we’re now proud to be able to bring The Masseuse & The Thief to Singapore.