Mary had a little lamb - by Minoru Betsuyaku(No.1)
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Have you ever heard of Minoru Betsuyaku?
Betsuyaku is a very well known playwright in contemporary Japanese theater, a pioneer of the absurd drama in Japan, strongly influenced by Samuel Beckett.
Betsuyaku's characters in his play usually has no names, and characters often speak each other with the words that does not make any sense.
You will be drawn into his world immediately.
I'm sure that it has worth watching! Don't miss it!
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An old man(Man 1) is talking about Mary and Tom boy of his old memory with his locomotive train on a dinning table.
Nobody knows the scenery on the dining table is his dream or a reality.
After a while a visitor(Man 2) appears there.
They don't know each other but they are chatting peacefully.
However, Man2 is getting to be involved in Man1's memories. But is it true? Who is the visitor?
Why he visits there? Is everything really being there or not?
- Mary had a little Lamb (No.2)(2011.10.02)
- Mary had a little lamb - by Minoru Betsuyaku(No.1)(2011.10.02)