Modern Japanese theatre and performance / edited by David Jortner, Keiko McDonald, and Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr.
- Introduction : modern Japanese theatre (revisited) / David Jortner -- Why did Sewamono not grow into modern realist theatre? / Megumi Inoue -- The rhetoric of the real / M. Cody Poulton -- Moment(um) of memory : metapatterns in Japanese theatre since the 1960s / John K. Gillespie -- The quest for salvation in Japan's modern history : four plays by Akimoto Matsuyo / David G. Goodman -- Poison women and national identity in postwar Japanese performance / Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei -- Senda Koreya and the Tenkō paradigm / John D. Swain -- Structureless in structure : the choreographic tectonics of Hijikata Tatsumi's Butō / Bruce Baird -- Terayama in Amsterdam and the internationalization of experimental theatre / Stephen Clark -- Super-kyōgen : radically traditional utopian comedies / Jonah Salz -- Classical Japanese performance in a contemporary context : a traditional strategy of juxtaposition / Zvika Serper -- Illegitimate child of Shingeki : comedy actor Soganoya Gokurō and his nonkina tōsan (easygoing daddy) / Yoshiko Fukushima -- Reflections of and on the times : Morimoto Kaoru's A woman's life / Guohe Zheng -- Steeplechase : Mishima Yukio's only original modern Nō play / Laurence Kominz -- "Destroying the audience's alibi" : empathy and ethics in Abe Kōbō's Mihitsu no koi / Margaret Key -- Divine memory and abject reality : Miyagi Satoshi's Tenshu monogatari and Shimizu Shinjin's Bye bye : the new primitive / Carol Martin -- From Scaretto to Kaze to tomo ni sarinu : musical adaptations of Gone with the wind in Japan / Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. -- Mudskippers: Reviewing Kyogen's satire, castigating contemporary authority / Jonah Salz -- Mutsugorō (Mudskippers) / Umehara Takeshi, translated by Jonah Salz and Tomoko Onabe Salz.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-282) and index.
View MARC record | catkey: 4439852