Kabuki and American Theater Essay by Calwriter
Kabuki and American Theater
An examination of how kabuki, a traditional form of Japanese theater, and American theater have had an impact on each other.
# 57164 | 1,145 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2005 |
Published on Mar 22, 2005 in Drama and Theater (American) , Drama and Theater (World)
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This paper examines how three main groups of kabuki plays, the dance-drama, historical drama, and domestic drama make up the majority of kabuki theater and how they are adapted either from puppet theater, from kyogen dramas, or plays written specifically for kabuki. It looks at how Tokyo's Shochiku Company is one theatrical group that has made an impact on American theater by presenting kabuki in the heart of the U.S., in Texas.
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