THE NAGOYA PLAYERS PRESENT THE CLUB BY DAVID WILLIAMSON
The Nagoya Players kick off their 2015 season with performances of The Club, a 1970's boardroom drama written by Australian playwright David Williamson and given a modern twist in this production.
The cast includes Michael Kruse as committe member Jock Riley, Dan Pousson as club captain Danny Bower, David Alcock as coach Laurie Holden and Ritchie Croan as star player Geoff Hayward.
Performances take place at Himawari Hall in Marunouchi (nearest subway stations are Marunouchi Exit 4 or Hisaya Odori Exit 1):
April 10th at 7pm
April 11th at 1pm and 6.30pm
April 12th at 1pm and 5pm
The show will be performed in English, with subtitles in Japanese. Pre-sale tickets are 2000 yen
About the Nagoya Players
The Nagoya Players are a well-known English-language theatre company with more than 30 years of experience in entertaining Nagoya audiences. Founded in 1975, The Nagoya Players represent a mix of natives of the Nagoya area and the local foreign community. They have been featured in print, both locally and nationally, and on radio and television. The Nagoya Players have presented a range of genres. For more information about the theatre company, visit nagoyaplayers.info.