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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.
From Kyoto to Fukuyama (or How to have Luck in Japan without a Mobile Phone)
Contributed by Fritz Faust, 2013 Costume Workshop participant. Time is passing and I can nearly see it running away from me. It is a good feeling as all good things go by so quickly. The first three days in Kyoto … Continue reading
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
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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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Learning to Lead and to Listen
Contributed by Morit Gaifman Like David (Surtasky), my role is the mae-shite (his, in the primarily male cast with a women’s chorus, mine, in the primarily female cast with a men’s chorus). There have been a number of challenges, the … Continue reading
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