No and Kyogen in the Contemporary World
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264pp. May 1997
No and Kyogen in the Contemporary World
Editor: Brandon, James R.;
How do classical, highly codified theatre arts retain the interest of today's audiences and how do they grow and respond to their changing circumstances? The eight essays presented here examine the contemporary relevance and significance of the "classic"
"Stimulating.... Offers new information in English about noh and kyògen as performing arts. The multiplicity of perspectives afforded by [this] volume highlights the varied ways in which noh is perceived as a genre." --Monumenta Nipponica
Editor: Brandon, James R.;



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