I’m particularly excited for this event, not only because in our culture one so rarely gets the opportunity to see Japanese theatre, but because the whole town seems to be buzzing about it. I have heard many people talk about Shun-Kin, and the comments have been nothing but good. I know vaguely what the story is, but I won’t try to summarize it here. The point is that I’ve heard people say, “If this is the only event you see all year, make sure you see this one.” I have no idea what to expect besides puppetry and English subtitles, and I think that’s best. Shun-Kin will be in town until tomorrow evening, and students can get $10 rush tickets. From all I hear, this is not a thing to be missed. See you there!