Tickets are now on sale for the off-Broadway dance-drama Dojoji: The Man Inside the Bell. The Pan Asian Repertory Theatre production, written by Ernest Abuba, is set to start performances at the Clurman Theatre on May 18, with an official opening on May 23. The show will play a limited engagement through June 9.
A visually stunning reimagining of a classic tale about the transformative power of love, lust and desire, Dojoji: The Man Inside the Bell is a multimedia reimagining of an ancient legend. The story of eternal love, destiny and power of transformation is performed in English and pays tribute to the iconic Japanese legend about the Dojoji Temple, which spans Japan 929 AD to the anime and harajuku worlds.
Dojoji: The Man Inside the Bell stars Sachiyo Ito, Kiyo Takami, Toshiji Takeshima, John Baray, Don Castro, Dinh Q. Doan and David Shih. The production features direction by Tisa Chang, choreography by Sachiyo Ito, set design by Kaori Akazawa, lighting design by Jiyoun Chang, costume design by Carol Pelletier, video design by Robin Starbuck and sound design by Kevin Brouder.