A mysterious company sells tiny “attic” rooms on the internet, perfect for shutting out the world. The English language premiere of a provocative, dark comedy by one of Japan’s foremost contemporary theatre artists.

Reviews of The Attic

“…a smart, sensitive play by the Japanese writer Yoji Sakate… takes us beyond conventional wisdom…”
The New York Times

“The play is ambitiously expansive in its themes: Sakate deserve credit for thinking both about and outside of the boxes he examines.”
Time Out

“…Sakate and the creative team have such sensitive, exciting imaginations that their vision of isolation is a thrill to experience.”
Variety

Photos by Carol Rosegg

FEB 21 – MAR 25, 2007

Written by Yoji Sakate
Translated by Leon Ingulsrud and Keiko Tsuneda
Directed by Ari Edelson

With:
Michi Barall
David Wilson Barnes
Emily Donahoe
Fiona Gallagher
Trey Lyford
Brandon Miller
Caesar Samayoa
Ed Vassallo

Set Design:
Takeshi Kata
Costume Design:
Junghyun Georgia Lee
Lighting Design:
Tyler Micoleau
Sound Design:
Bart Fasbender
Production Stage Manager:
Scott Pomerico

59 EAST 59 THEATERS

59 East 59th Street
New York, NY 10022