Contributed by David Surtasky Photographs by David Surtasky Japanese Textiles and the Art of Sculpting Kimono, Theatre Nohgaku’s Costume Workshop, June 2014 (Pt. 4) The below gallery is a series of (more or less) sequential photographs of the process of … Continue reading
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.
Posted in Costume Workshop, Workshops
Tagged fukuyama, jacquard loom, john oglevee, jubilith moore, kyoto, megan nicely, Michio Katsura, monica bethe, morit gaifman, noh costume workshop, noh mask, Oshima Kinue, Oshima Masanobu, oshima nohgakudo, Ryoji Terada, silk, theatre nohgaku
(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