Abstract

The Play Company's production of Enjoy, Okada Toshiki's wry and tender portrait of 20-something slackers looking for love and meaning in contemporary Tokyo highlights the play's witty dialogue. The New York production of this English translation reveals that in our recession-ridden times, the anxieties of today's Japanese youth are not so different from our own.

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