I know of no other playwright in Japan who can write dramas with as much purity of thought and extreme artificiality of style as Yukio MISHIMA. The words in his dramas are so aesthetic and decorative, and far removed from the everyday Japanese sense. However, at the same time his language is perfect and artificial with no waste.
By using the texts' extreme artificiality, I think that I want to transform the theater into a "field of thought". And, I would like to investigate the possibility of dialogue once again by our own means.
If possible, I'd like to create a real drama between humans who clash with each other and put their entire selves on the betting table, rather than a drama that mimics human day-to-day interactions. I'd like to catch a glimpse of "the essence" of human existence.