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-Consists of all etudes,
Ad-lib play depicting the reality of the Japanese theater world. There are about 6000 troupes in Japan.
Three-quarters of them are based in the Metropolitan Area.
There are people in the troupe who have different roles.
The person who made the so-called theater company called the president.
There are many people who are directing and acting.
Director is the director of the play.
screenwriter. a writer who writes a script
Actor. This is probably the most.
Production. There are a lot of theater companies these days.
Accounting for and advertising for theater companies.
Actors may also serve, but some people specialize in costumes and props.
The person who makes music.
Hair and makeup.
Produced on the day.
would be mostly outsourced.
Do you know how the troupe is organized and how the play is being made?
"I'm doing what I love, so I don't have to eat it now. Someday I'll be able to eat!
Is that true?
Is that the problem?
What is the structure of the Japanese theater world?
The majority of about 6000 theater companies in Japan know and don't know.
Japanese theater that the majority of people living in Japan don't know about.
Now we need to know that "Sikak" in theater
Gakutake Kurita?? llen suwaru? Yuki Suruga?? llen suwaru? Other announced at a later date!