Posts Tagged ‘ Kabuki ’

2016 / Japan Foundation Lecture Series: Kabuki Lecture and Demonstration, Nov. 29

Japan Foundation Lecture Series Tuesday, Nov. 29, 7pm Kabuki Lecture and Demonstration by Mark Oshima & Kiyomoto Nobushizuyoshi Kabuki is a form of traditional Japanese theater, but it is also exciting entertainment. Kabuki scholar and singer in the Kiyomoto style of kabuki music, Mark Oshima will explain the appeal of kabuki through his lecture...
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Norton Simon Museum to present two Kabuki plays, May 11, 7:00 pm

Norton Simon Kabuki Nakamura Gankyo

Dreams of the Floating Life: Kabuki Dramas Date : Friday, May 11 Time : 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Host : Nakamura Gankyo of the U.S. Kabuki Ken Kyu Kai Type : Dance Performance In commemoration of the centennial of the gift of over 3,000 cherry trees from Japan to the United States, and...
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Lecture Note – Japanese theater: Gender-Bending Performance

The Nibei Foundation held the August lecture of the Japan Study Club on August 23, 2011. The theme and the speaker are following: Professor Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei Gender-Bending Performances:  Japan’s All-Female Takarazuka Revue and All-Male Kabuki Theater The summary of the lecture is following: Professor Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei is a Professor Emeritus of UCLA. ...
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