The one-act play "At the Hawk's Well" by the Irish poet William Butler Yeats was the first English play to incorporate many of the characteristics of Japanese Noh. This time, Japanese Noh performer Umewaka Minoru, a living national treasure, will remake and perform. In other words, this performance is the best performing arts in Japan, the best performing arts in the world, and its poster design.
At the heart of this story is a well with water that gives eternal life. And the hawk fairy who protects the well is the main character. The ripples of the water that springs from the well, the pattern of the wings of the hawk, and the ripples are part of the kanji, and when I looked at the entire poster, I designed the poster in which the silhouette of the hawk emerges. It perfectly expresses the elements of this story.
Tickets are sold out. That is the true evaluation of the poster.