Winter Garden, Harold Prince, in association with Ruth Mitchell presents "Pacific Overtures," starring Mako, with Soon-Teck Oh, Yuki Shimoda, Sab Shimono, Isao Sato, Alvin Ing, Ernest Harada, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by John Weidman, additional material by Hugh Wheeler, scenic production designed by Boris Aronson, costumes designed by Florence Klotz, lighting designed by Tharon Musser, orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick, music direction by Paul Gemignani, dance music by Daniel Troob, Kabuki consultant Haruki Fujimoto, masks & dolls by E.J. Taylor, choreography by Patricia Birch, production directed by Harold Prince.
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Review: Pacific OverturesUser Review - Alan Kiyoshi - Goodreads
A classic. The opening up and modernization of Japan "told" from the Japanese point of view, without apologies to what Western civilizarion has done to Japan. Extremely insightful, considering that it is written by Westerners. Read full review
Review: Pacific OverturesUser Review - Peyton - Goodreads
I'll admit to being a little confused by Pacific Overtures; it is quite critical about Western involvement with Japan, but by the end it seems to celebrate Japan's role on the national stage. Maybe I ... Read full review