A new play at The Old Globe examines the art of sushi and the importance of work, legacy and perfection in a legendary Tokyo restaurant.
In her play, master sushi chef Koji built his successful career on respect—for tradition, fine ingredients, and the legends who came before him. But now his restaurant is losing its customers to newer and flashier places, and it’s time for a new generation to take over. Koji’s brilliant protege Takashi might know how to save the restaurant, if only he could find a way to tell his mentor.
The play opens for previews May 28 and runs through June 26. Opening night is June 2. Tickets start at $29.
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