Person

Name der Person Suketakaya Takasuke II
Alternative Namen Tosshi (Pen or literary name) ,
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Sawamura Kimpei (Childhood name) ,
Sawamura Shirōgorō I (Earlier stage name) ,
Segawa Yūjirō I (Earlier stage name) ,
Ichikawa Yaozō III (Earlier stage name) ,
Kion (Pen or literary name) ,
Chūsha (Pen or literary name) ,
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Rosen (Pen or literary name)
Geschlecht [männlich] Male
Kulturzugehörigkeit Japanese
Wohort (Land / Länder) Japan
Geburtstag [1747 - 1747] 1747 - 1747
Sterbetag [ 13, 1818] December 13, 1818
Gattungenspäzialität Kabuki
Geographische Beziehungen Edo (Japan) (historic name), Fukushima-han (Japan) (historic name), Echigo (Japan) (historic region)
Referenz(en) Kabuki Jinmei Jiten (p.322) ,
The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the Katsukawa School (p.479)
Anmerkungen Character types: young girls (musumegata); male leads (tachiyaku). Group affiliations: Kinokuniya. Suketakaya Takasuke II was the eldest son of Sawamura Sojuro II and a brother of Sawamura Tanosuke. He initially took the name Sawamura Kimpei and first appeared on stage at the Nakamura Theater in Edo in 1760. In 1767 he changed his name to Sawamura Shirogoro. Two years later he became a student of Segawa Kikunojo and changed his name to Segawa Yujiro. In 1777 he again took the name Sawamura Shirogoro. In 1779 he became a student of Ichikawa Danjuro V and took the name Ichikawa Yaozo III. In 1804 he changed his name to Suketakaya Takasuke II. Two years later he took the name Suketakaya Shirogo but soon changed it back to Suketakaya Takasuke. In 1817 he took a travelling production and passed away while performing in Fukushima. He was skilled at wagoto and martial roles (budogoto). He was active from 1760 to 1819.

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