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No & Kyogen in the Contemporary World
James R. Brandon (ed). How do classical theater arts retain the interest of today’s audiences & how do they grow & respond to their changing circumstances? The 8 essays presented here investigate these questions, examining the contemporary significance of the No & Kyogen theater to Japan & the West. Explores the theatrical experience from many perspectives -- theater, music, dance, art, lit., linguistics, philosophy, religion, history, & sociol. Addresses the values that serious dance-drama No & lively Kyogen comedy hold for contemp’y. audiences around the world. Discusses the adaptation of the theater arts in Japan & the West. Also draws on contributors’ personal experiences to describe a range of recent interactions between No & Kyogen & Western theater. Photos.
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