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Pine Barrens (Pt. III)

(Editor’s note: the below is the Machi-utai through Kiri section of Greg Giovanni’s “Pine Barrens.” This follows after the ai-kyogen interlude (in this case a comic retelling of the story by three mosquitoes.) The child has returned in his true … Continue reading

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Pine Barrens (Pt. II)

(Editor’s note: the below passage is the Kuri/Sashi/Kuse section of Greg Giovanni’s “Pine Barrens.” By this point in the story the Wiccans (Waki & Wakitsure) have traveled into the New Jersey pine barrens in search of their lost companion and … Continue reading

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Pine Barrens (Pt. I)

(Editor’s note: below is the opening passage of “Pine Barrens,” an English-language shinsaku noh by playwright Greg Giovanni. The play premiered in September, 2006 at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. The play has a formal structure, … Continue reading

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When there is No Dog

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Part of the continuing conversation surrounding Carrie Preston’s  Zahdi Dates and Poppies, premiering on March 30, 2016 at the Tsai Performance Center, Boston. Please consider providing your support by visiting the project’s funding page.] Contributed by David Surtasky … Continue reading

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Dancing the Crone

Contributed by Greg Giovanni [Editor’s note: Greg Giovanni is a poet/playwright/performance artist working in Philadelphia, PA. Theatre Nohgaku company member, Greg is the author of the English-language noh Pine Barrens. Greg contributes his thoughts about the shimai he danced this … Continue reading

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Writer’s Workshop 2013

THEATRE NOHGAKU 2013 WRITER’S WORKSHOP July 12 – 14, 2013. Hosted at the 92nd St Y, New York, NY Since 2003, Theatre Nohgaku has hosted workshops for poets, playwrights, musicians and performers to help them better understand Japanese noh and … Continue reading

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Happy Stone

Happy Stone – A Sixth Category Play about a Waki Contributed by James Goode James: Time is rushing forward. Time is rushing forward. It is lunch break on Wednesday of the third week of the Noh Training Project, or as … Continue reading

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