Description - The Bee by Hideki Noda
What would you do if your wife and child were being held hostage? It seems that the only option for Mr Ido is to accept his terrible fate. Besieged by cameras and reporters, the world is demanding to know how he feels. But as his personal tragedy is played out on screen, Ido decides to take control. Refusing to play the victim he seeks out a bitter revenge. A highly-charged, tragic satire, "The Bee" asks what happens when the victim becomes the aggressor, the weak become powerful and the watcher becomes the watched.
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(210mm x 130mm x 5mm)
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Author Biography - Hideki Noda
Legendary in Japan, Hideki Noda directed the first Opera in the country's New National Theatre and has garnered outstanding acclaim for his mould-breaking interpretations of Kabuki classics. The Bee opens at the Soho Theatre in June 2006. His play Red Demon, which was produced at the Young Vic theatre, is also published by Oberon. Colin Teevan is well known for his innovative translations and adaptations of world classics. Oberon Books publishes his original plays The Walls, The Big Sea and Vinegar and Brown Paper, and his adaptations Alcmaeon in Corinth, Monkey!, Marathon, Cuckoos, Svejk, Bacchai and Iph...