The Royal Shakespeare Company is to stage an adaptation of the celebrated Japanese animation feature film, My Neighbour Totoro, in a production it promises will be ambitious and spectacular.
The stage version of My Neighbour Totoro will be the RSC’s first opening “of this scale” since Les Miserables in 1985, said an RSC spokesperson.
Totoro is a Japanese work famous throughout the world, and so this stage adaptation could have the potential to reach global audiences.
My Neighbour Totoro was a “very wholesome, beautiful world that washes over you”, he said.
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