As we all learned in English class, Shakespeare loved to party. And what better way to celebrate his 450th birthday this summer than with Nameless Theatre’s all singing, all dancing, blow out production of Much Ado About Nothing?
The roaring ’20s are in full swing and Messina is the place to be. The boys are home from war, and life is returning to normal. But as the games of love and deceit begin, everyone finds themselves on a whole new kind of battlefield.
Staged with original musical compositions and singing by Prisca Molotsi, set and costume design by renowned UK designer Max Jones, and the talent of Nagoya’s thriving international theatre community, Much Ado is the beauty of Shakespeare wrapped in the glitz of high society.
June 6th 6pm
June 7th 1pm & 6pm
June 8th 1pm & 5pm
Nagoya City Performing Arts Center （名古屋市芸術創造センター)
4000 yen (Adv.)
4500 yen (Door)
Tickets are available online at eplus.jp, and namelesstheatre.org/get-
Nameless Theatre is a community theater group working under the umbrella of Nagoya based production company Nameless Media and Productions. Founded in 2004, we are driven by a passion to communicate ideas through engaging and thought provoking stories. So it wasn’t long before we decided to start exploring our passion for that other powerful space for storytelling, the theater.
Drawing on our years of theater experience in Japan and abroad (including work on Broadway), in late 2010 we created Nameless Theatre. Bringing together an international team of Nagoya based artists, our goal is to bring ambitious, exciting productions to central Japan. By presenting all of our shows with Japanese subtitles, we want our productions to be equally enjoyed by our foreign and Japanese patrons alike.
Nameless Theater is a place where anyone, regardless of nationality, can come, learn and participate in the magical experience of simply putting on a great show. With the partnership of our sponsors and supporters in the Nagoya, we will continue to provide quality theatrical entertainment for the community for a many years to come.