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Yusuke Mori was born in Kagawa Prefecture in 1982, and moved to Tokyo in 2001, where he majored in Performance in Broadcasting at the Tokyo Announce Performing Arts College. Upon graduating, he joined the butoh group KAIZA, led by Hideyuki Okaniwa. Currently, he is a member of Theatre Company shelf, and has performed in numerous productions by the experimental theater company Banyu Inryoku, led by J.A. Seazer. Major stage productions, written by Shuji Terayama, include: Lemmings (2017), Shintokumaru (Poison Boy, 2017), Inugami (The Dog God, 2016), Nuhi-Kun (Directions to Servants, 2015), Jashumon (Hersey, 2013), and The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (2012), among others. In 2012, he has also performed in a three-part theatrical adaptation of Frank Kafka’s novels, titled Amerika, The Trial and The Castle. On screen work includes the feature film Dororo (2007), directed by Akihiko Shiota, based on the original story by Osamu Tezuka. Most recently, in 2023, he took part in the work-in-progress production of LEIMAY Ensemble's Extinction Rituals at Japan Society, NYC.



 舞踏集団 開座(主宰 岡庭秀之)所属 時には多数の舞台公演に参加。

現在はTheatre Company shelf、演劇実験室◎万有引力を中心に出演多数。



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