The East Asian Studies Center is pleased to offer a special night for OSU students, faculty, staff and their families for OSU Night on Oct. 14 to experience a kabuki performance at Shadowbox Live in downtown Columbus. OSU Night at “The Tenshu.”
Half price tickets: be sure to use the promo code: tenOSUshu
Happy Hour from 5:30-6:30pm, the doors will open for seating in the theater at 6:15pm. and the show will start at 7:30pm.
Presented by PNC Arts Alive, Shadowbox Live joins forces with Japanese choreographer/director Hiromi Sakamoto and New York Times Best Selling author of the KABUKI Graphic Novels, David Mack, to create a one of a kind cultural-artistic collaboration. Based on the Kabuki story, “Tenshu Monogatari”, “The Tenshu” is a legend of love between a beautiful, powerful spirit and a Samurai falconer; of honor for a loyal and conflicted warrior; of magic, tradition and the supernatural; of an unassuming artisan who holds the key to happiness. Audiences will experience a multi-sensory production featuring live anime, magic, giant puppets and supernatural experiences, accompanied by an original rock score. Don’t miss the excitement of this unique cross-cultural collaboration. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Contact the Shadowbox Live Box Office at 614-416-7625 or reserve online at http://shadowboxlive.org/light/the-tenshu. Be sure to use the promotional code: tenOSUshu to secure your half price tickets. Visit the Shadowbox Live website for complete details and to purchase tickets.