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Costume Workshop 2012 Reflections

Contributed by Evelyn Leung The Noh Costume Workshop was an invaluable experience for me, both as performer and as costumer.  The workshop initially appealed to me in my role as costumer; the promise of field trips to actual manufacturing locations … Continue reading

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Costume Sculpting.

Contributed by Richard Emmert. The costume workshop ended on Tuesday afternoon and I’m writing this on my way back to Tokyo on the Shinkansen. All in all, it seems to me that it was quite successful and met its objectives. … Continue reading

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Hyakuman and Aoinoue

On Sunday the Workshop participants attended the performances of Hyakuman and Aoinoue at the Oshima Noh Theatre. Hyakuman tells the story of a young boy who is brought to a temple festival by a priest who found him near Nara. … Continue reading

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Fukuyama

Contributed by Richard Emmert. On Saturday, the workshop moved here, to Fukuyama City in Hiroshima Prefecture. This is the home of the Oshima family and the Oshima Noh Theatre which is a privately owned family noh theatre. Most other such … Continue reading

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