TSUTSUMI Harue

(PLAYWRIGHT)

EDUCATION

B.A., 1974. Keio University, Tokyo, French Literature, 1970-74
B.A., 1977. The University of Osaka, Aesthetics, 1975-77
M.A., 1983. The University of Osaka, Theater Arts, 1977-83
Ph.D., 2004. Indiana University, East Asian Languages and Cultures, 1988- 2004


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Playwright, 1988-present.


PUBLICATIONS

“Rokumeikan Ibun [Strange Tales of the Rokumeikan],” a play, Higeki Kigeki, May, 1990.
Kanadehon Hamuretto [Kanadehon Hamlet], a book, Bungei Shunjusha, Tokyo, 1993.
“Tsukiji Hoterukan Enjō [The Burning of Tsukiji Hotel],” a play, Higeki Kigeki, November, 1993.
“Signs of Performance--Benten Kozo by Kawatake Mokuami”, PMAJIS, Volume 2, 1995.
“Kanadehon Hamlet” Translated by Faubion Bowers et. al. Introduction by Tsutsumi Harue, Asian Theatre Journal, Volume 15, No. 2, Fall 1998.
“Ningen Banji Sōseki no Jitensha [Human Life Is Sōseki’s Cycling],” a play, Higeki Kigeki, August, 1999.
“Saramandā [Salamannder]” a play, Higeki Kigeki, March, 2000.
“Mishima Yukio to Onnagata [Mishima Yukio and Onnagata],” an essay, Subaru, 2000.
“ Otojirō in Nyūyōku [Otojirō in New York],” a play, Higeki Kigeki, 2001.
“Ningen Banji Kane no Yononaka to Ōkurashō Jidai no Fukuchi Ōchi [Money Is Everything and Fukuchi Ōchi as an Official of the Ministry of Finance],” an essay, Shin Nihon Koten Bungaku Taikei Meijihen Newsletter (Iwanami shohten, Tokyo),Volume 8, No. 2, November 2001.


HONORS AND AWARDS

Commissioner-for-Culture Prize for Dramatic Creation from the Government of Japan, for the play, Rokumeikan Ibun [Strange Tales of the Rokumeikan], 1988.
Yomiuri Prize for Art for the play, Kanadehon Hamuretto [Kanadehon Hamlet], 1993.
The Cohen Awards from the Department of Theater and Drama, Indiana University, for the play, A Slowly Sinking White Ship, 1996.

PLAYS PRODUCED

Rokumeikan Ibun, Tokyo and Osaka, 1990 and 1992.
Kanadehon Hamuretto, Tokyo and Osaka, 1992; Tokyo, 1994; Tokyo and New York, 1996; Tokyo and London, 2001; Tokyo and Moscow, 2004.
Tsukiji Hoterukan Enjō, Tokyo, 1993.
Seigeki Osero [Othello in Japan], Tokyo, 1995.
Saramandā, Tokyo, 1999.
Otojirō in Nyūyōku, Tokyo and Osaka, 2001
Ningen Banji Sōseki no Jitensha, Tokyo, 2002.
Saishū Mokutekichi wa Nippon [Destination Japan], Seoul and Tokyo, 2005.


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