Audience members watch Moonlight Mobile Theater's dance performance through peepholes at a shopping mall in Nagoya. Photo: Moonlight Mobile Theater/Ryosuke Sato/ Handout via REUTERS

Through the mailbox slot: Japanese theater offers new viewing experience


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Looks like the peep shows in Times Square in the early 1980s.

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The ‘artists’ wanted to ‘keep it classy, keep it clean’, referring to Shakespeare’s ‘Theatre in the Round’

but yes, @bearand rodent, it’s evident ‘The Deuce’ is the ‘source material’ for this design.

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Sounds kinky!

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I rather stay home and watch Netflix.

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Well, you can't say the industry is not trying. I applaud these creative ideas to keep the show on the road

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what a..."progress"

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"Hey, pssst. You got an extra quarter I can borrow?"

"Buddy, yo, you got change for a SEN EN?"

"Can someone tell this dude to move? I can't see the main attraction!"

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Also the lights dim....rofl

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I fail to see the appeal on this completely.

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Interesting idea and I do admire the Company's creative staging in these days of pandemic.


I'd rather watch a Kabuki play, so I'll wait until it is safe to do so.

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