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“Diversity is the outstanding attraction of high school drama, so I’m always appreciating afresh theater’s myriad charms,” the prominent director Keisuke Tanaka said with a beaming smile during a recent interview ahead of the fifth annual High School Drama Summit at Tokyo’s leading Agora Theater.

The event, which Tanaka is overseeing for the third time this year, showcases some of the nation’s best fledgling dramatists as three carefully selected high school drama troupes take up a three-day residence to each consecutively stage a short play each day.

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