Ballet & Dance

Dramma giocoso 2 Acts (in Italian with Japanese supertitles)
Co-production with Wiener Staatsoper

Libretto by : Lorenzo da Ponte
Music by : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Artistic Director
: Igarashi Kiyoshi
Conductor : Paul Connelly
Production : Roberto de Simone
Revival rehearsed by : Matthias von Stegmann
Set Designer : Nicola Rubertelli
Costume Designer : Zaira de Vincentiis
Lighting Designer : Kurt Schöny
Choreographer : Renato Zanella
Chorus Master : Misawa Hirofumi
Répétitueur : Ishii Kiyoko
Stage Manager : Ikeda Masanobu
Assistant Conductors : Makimura Kunihiko / Moroyu Koji
Assistant Stage Director : Sawada Yasuko
Chorus : New National Theatre Chorus
Orchestra : Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra
Presented by : New National Theatre, Tokyo

(16. 18. 20 Nov) (17. 19 Nov)
Don Giovanni : Ferruccio Furlanetto Oshima Ikuo
Il Commendatore : Kang-Liang Peng Hasegawa Akira
Donna Anna : Adrianne Pieczonka Kohama Taemi
Don Ottavio : Sakurada Makoto Nagata Mineo
Donna Elvira : Mina Tasca-Yamazaki Koshigoe Mami
Leporello : Natale De Carolis Ikeda Naoki
Zerlina : Takahashi Nobuko Sunakawa Ryoko
Masetto : Kubota Masumi Tajima Tatsuya

Nov. 2001 Fri. 16 Sat. 17 Sun. 18 Mon. 19 Tue. 20
2:00pm       X  
3:00pm   X X    
6:30pm X       X
Doors will be opened 60 minutes before the opening of the performance.
Small lectures on this opera will be presented 45 minutes before the curtain time.

Available from Sunday 29 July, 2001 at 10:00 am.
To order tickets, please call +81-3-5352-9999 (10:00am-6:00pm).
Internet ticket reservation available through the following Websites.(Japanese only)

Type Seat S Seat A Seat B Seat C Seat D Seat E
Price ¥18,900 ¥15,750 ¥12,600 ¥9,450 ¥6,300 ¥3,150
Seat Z(¥1,500) is sold only on the performance day at the Box Office and a part of Ticket Pia Offices.

DonGiovanni Don Giovanni, co-production with Wiener Staatsoper, returns to the NNTT with a fascinating cast.

An egregious womanizer, Don Giovanni seduces Donna Anna in vain and what is worse, he kills her father, Il Commendatore, in a duel. His past love affairs and wrongdoings are numerous, and it seems that he will never change his ways. Eventually, he is engulfed by the flames of hell and is dragged into the bottomless pit.
Don Giovanni, the immortal operatic work by Wolfgang A. Mozart, focuses on Don Giovanni's insatiable lust for women and also vividly depicts joy and sorrow in the lives of various people around him. The opera is full of notable and famous scenes, such as the "Catalogue Song" sung by the servant Leporello or the scene in which Don Giovanni is damned to burn in hell fire. Look forward to the NNTT's forthcoming production of Don Giovanni with a glamorous cast.