Reinikainen’s interpretation casts its gaze toward the future and includes live music, mechanical animals, poetic videos, weird sisters, post-humanist thinking, rap-duo, gatekeeper from hell and political murder.
The play opens in March in a new translation and adaptation by Reinikainen and Eva Buchwald.
Naturally, the meeting twists his life into a complicated relationships.
In this "romantic comedy but sometimes serious magical school story," life as Arata Kasuga knows it is wiped out by a bizarre incident known as "Collapse Phenomenon," which causes worldwide...
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With remarkable luck, he bumps into Kato, the most beautiful girl he has ever seen.
The project, initiated and directed by Jemina Sillanpää, culminates in a unique musical performance on the theatre’s Main Stage in May.
For the main programme, Janne Reinikainen directs William Shakespeare’s classic tale of dark ambition, , on the Main Stage.
The season’s international programme also includes Thomas Mann’s celebrated novel , adapted and directed by Michael Baran, which opens in April on the Small stage.
As the story’s ageing protagonist follows the object of his obsession through Venice’s magical yet cholera-ridden streets, he feverishly ponders the nature of beauty, truth and longing.
In honour of the nation’s centenary, the Finnish National Theatre has put together a season of powerful classics and new Finnish works which examine the achievements of the past and prospects for the future.