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The Law of Cause and Effect
Contributed by John Oglevee There is great satisfaction in being in a show that run’s for a long time. In addition to the financial benefits, it’s gratifying to know that a great number of people can see your work, and … Continue reading
Posted in English-language noh, Performances Tagged akira matsui, Allan Marett, 頑張り, john oglevee, oppenheimer, richard emmert, strasberg 1 Comment
Beyond Hip Hop Style: Feeling and Form in Noh’s “Big Pants” (Ōkuchi)
Contributed by Megan Nicely [Editor’s note: Megan Nicely is an artist/scholar whose choreography and writing focus on American and Japanese experimental dance. She holds an MFA in dance from Mills College, a PhD in performance studies from New York University, … Continue reading
2013 Costume Workshop: John Oglevee Gallery
Gallery contributed by John Oglevee, coordinator for the TN Costume Workshop, Kyoto & Fukuyama Japan, June 12-18, 2013. Images ©2013 John Oglevee. Used by permission.
2013 Costume Workshop: Fritz Faust Gallery
Gallery contributed by Fritz Faust, participant in the TN Costume Workshop, Kyoto & Fukuyama Japan, June 12-18, 2013. Images ©2013 Fritz Faust. Used by permission.
2013 Costume Workshop: Megan Nicely Gallery
Gallery contributed by Megan Nicely, participant in the TN Costume Workshop, Kyoto & Fukuyama Japan, June 12-18, 2013. Images ©2013 Megan Nicely. Used by permission.
Click the below image to be taken to TN company member John Oglevee’s PechaKucha presentation, delivered in Tokyo on May 29, 2013. Speaking as a noh practitioner, John reflects with passion about what he perceives as the interconnection between noh … Continue reading
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Pagoda kuse video
(Editor’s note: below video is the kuse section from Jannette Cheong’s english-language noh Pagoda. This video was shot during the 2011 Asia Tour at the National Noh Theatre, Tokyo.) Contributed by Tom O’Connor (Pagoda ji-utai member) The dance, the music, … Continue reading
Posted in English-language noh, Noh plays, Performances Tagged chinese famine, david crandall, Eitaro Okura, elizabeth dowd, english-language noh, greg giovanni, Hitoshi Sakurai, james ferner, jannette cheong, john oglevee, jubilith moore, kotsuzumi, kuse, lluis valls, matt dubroff, Naoko Takahashi, national noh theatre, noh video, nohkan, Oshima Kinue, otsuzumi, pagoda, richard emmert, Ryoichi Kano, Ryoji Terada, Sasaki Tamon, Satoshi Tsukitaku, Teruhisa Oshima, tom o'connor 2 Comments
2012 Costume Workshop video highlights.
Here is some highlight video of the 2012 TN Costume Workshop held in Kyoto & Fukuyama Japan. It features clips from the lecture component, various field trips to master artisans as well as the culminating trip to the Oshima Nohgakudo … Continue reading
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Contributed by John Oglevee As a child, I sang in church choirs. I was a non-denominational boy soprano for hire. On any given Sunday you could find me cloaked in some form of muted colored frock, singing the praises of … Continue reading
Posted in Atsumori, Performances Tagged atsumori, ji-gashira, Jiutaiza, john oglevee, kita-ryu, matsui akira, noh, Noh Training Project, theatre nohgaku, yugen Leave a comment
Deeper Into the Wonder
Contributed by John Oglevee. Keeping a blog filled with useful, entertaining and educational information is tricky. Writing in such a way that manages to balance casual “blog-like” musings without being too glib, with informational considerations without being too academic is … Continue reading
Posted in Costume Workshop Tagged john oglevee, monica bethe, noh, noh costume, oshima noh theatre, richard emmert, theatre nohgaku Leave a comment