BOGAAZAN! by Robert Solomon audiobook

BOGAAZAN!: The Child on the Battleship Yamato

By Akira Hayasaka
Translated by Ichiko Flynn  and Dr. Robert Solomon
Performed by a full cast

L.A. Theatre Works
0.88 Hours 1
Format : Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781682661208

As the Japanese battleship Yamato steams towards the island of Okinawa in the closing months of World War II, a naval officer on board makes an unexpected discovery among the stores of rice, leeks, and pickled radishes. A child has stowed away there, hoping to return to her mother on Okinawa. His reluctant decision to protect her prompts a voyage of inner discovery and stirs emotions as deep as the seas that threaten to swallow his “unsinkable” ship. Recorded live in performance at the Doubletree Guest Suites, Santa Monica, in July 1995. Directed by Mako Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg June Angela as Maiko Ooshiro Francois Chau as Chef Koukichi Tsuji Shizuko Hoshi as Ichikawa’s daughter Maiko Jim Ishida as Broadcasting Station Chief Dana Lee as Captain Ariga James Saito as Leading Seaman Eiichi Kondo Shaun Shimoda as Boy Seaman Takeo B.D. Wong as Sub-Lieutenant Takeshi Ichikawa Keone Young as Old Ichikawa Associate Producer: Robert Robinson Radio Producer: Raymond Guarna Foley Artist: Amy Strong

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Summary

Summary

As the Japanese battleship Yamato steams towards the island of Okinawa in the closing months of World War II, a naval officer on board makes an unexpected discovery among the stores of rice, leeks, and pickled radishes. A child has stowed away there, hoping to return to her mother on Okinawa. His reluctant decision to protect her prompts a voyage of inner discovery and stirs emotions as deep as the seas that threaten to swallow his “unsinkable” ship.

Recorded live in performance at the Doubletree Guest Suites, Santa Monica, in July 1995.

Directed by Mako
Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg
June Angela as Maiko Ooshiro
Francois Chau as Chef Koukichi Tsuji
Shizuko Hoshi as Ichikawa’s daughter Maiko
Jim Ishida as Broadcasting Station Chief
Dana Lee as Captain Ariga
James Saito as Leading Seaman Eiichi Kondo
Shaun Shimoda as Boy Seaman Takeo
B.D. Wong as Sub-Lieutenant Takeshi Ichikawa
Keone Young as Old Ichikawa

Associate Producer: Robert Robinson
Radio Producer: Raymond Guarna
Foley Artist: Amy Strong

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Author Bio: Dr. Robert Solomon

Author Bio: Dr. Robert Solomon

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Author Bio: Akira Hayasaka

Author Bio: Akira Hayasaka

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Author Bio: Ichiko Flynn

Author Bio: Ichiko Flynn

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Historical
Runtime: 0.88
Audience: Adult
Language: English