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WHITE CINE QUINTO and CINE QUINTO participated in the promotional video "Let's meet at the movie theater"

Updated Jun. 10, 2020

WHITE CINE QUINTO and CINE QUINTO participated in the promotional video "Let's meet at the movie theater"

Movie theaters had to be temporarily closed due to the spread of the new coronavirus, but they are reopening following the cancellation of the emergency declaration.
The promotional video "Let's meet at the movie theater", in which two theaters, WHITE CINE QUINTO and CINE QUINTO, participated, was created to encourage the resumption of movie theaters.

In the video, shots are stored that convey the individuality of each movie theater, starting from the quiet streets of Shibuya, the appearance of the movie theater, the seats and screens, the staff of the movie theater moving around to clean and sterilize for restarting.

It is a wonderful image that reminds me of the joy of watching a movie at the movie theater.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiE7cpE40sA

PARCO Theater launches a new project "PARCO STAGE @ ONLINE"

Updated Jun. 01, 2020

PARCO Theater launches a new project "PARCO STAGE @ ONLINE"

Due to the spread of new coronavirus infectious diseases, it is difficult to deliver "live entertainment" including theater to everyone as before. However, even under such circumstances, many creators are creating new forms of expression that can only be done now.

PARCO has launched the PARCO STAGE @ONLINE project to explore what we can do now for customers who meet in theaters in the near future and showcase the appeal of live entertainment, including online theaters.

PARCO STAGE @ ONLINE conveys the charm of the theater and the charm of the PARCO theater through the three pillars of "theatre," "watch the theater," "participate in the theater," and "know the theater."

<Theater> “A Doll’s House, Part 2”

Updated Aug. 01, 2019

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Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” upset social conventions when it was first unveiled with an ending that painted a picture of women’s independence. Since then, the play has become a modern classic that continues to be performed around the world 140 years later.

 

PARCO staged the new play in August 2019, which is by emergent American playwright Lucas Hnath, and boldly continues the story in an ambitious work written for contemporary audiences.

 

Following “The Children” produced by PARCO, which won awards such as the 26th Yomiuri Theater Award, “A Doll’s House, Part 2” was an early challenger in the category of topical translated play.

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