Search Results: 'noh drama'

Search

×
×
×
×
7 results for "noh drama"
Yeats and Noh By Jean-Paul G. POTET
Hardcover: $32.28
Prints in 3-5 business days
Under the influence of the lyrical drama of Medieval Japan called “Noh (Nōgaku)”, William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) wrote ten short plays to be performed for small elite audiences.... More > These plays constitute his “noble theatre”. They fall into two generations. Six plays belong to the first generation: At the Hawk’s Well (1917), The only Jealousy of Emer (1919), The Dreaming of the Bones (1919), Calvary (1920), The Cat and the Moon (1926), a farce, and Resurrection (1931). The second generation comprises four plays: A Full Moon in March (1935), The King of the Great Clock Tower (1935), Purgatory (1939), and The Death of Cuchulain (1939).< Less
Kuyoh: Noh Play Based on the Catastrophe of Fukushima By Alexandre Mathieu Motokiyo Ferran
eBook (ePub): $9.56
Play for three actors. This is a play written in the form of a Noh (Japanese theater of the 14th and is still played today). It use of this form, technic of writing and temporality codes. To create... More > a ritual where the actor is no longer actor but vector. A mouth through which the dead will be able to express their pain, a place where the actor and the audience become a temple. It is a play about the Fukushima disaster. A play to give a voice to those who died there and what is dead in us, that March 11, 2011. It begins with the arrival in a striped cities on the map, of a man. It belongs to those who have had two hours to collect their belongings before returning to wait in gyms that serve as their refuge. Once there, he meets a woman who said to dwell there and says she picks her daughter to school ... but there is no school here since March 11 !!!< Less
3 OCR SCANS 05-01-10 TAKASAGO/TAMURA/SANEMORI By J. Gordon Faylor
eBook (PDF): $0.00
3 OCR Scans TAKASAGO TAMURA SANEMORI 5- 01- 10
An Invitation to Kagura: Hidden Gem of the Traditional Japanese Performing Arts By David Petersen
eBook (PDF): $9.49
Richly illustrated, and based largely on sources inaccessible to the non-Japanese speaker, this book provides a rare glimpse into kagura (Shinto theater), a performance style with roots predating... More > even noh drama. Coverage includes the history of the art; the kagura stage; schools of performance; synopses of plays and ceremonies; movement and choreography; kagura costumes; masks and mask-making; implements, decorations and special effects; the music of kagura; and related folk arts. There are also additional sections with comparative materials on noh and kabuki. A new world of theater awaits...< Less
An Invitation to Kagura: Hidden Gem of the Traditional Japanese Performing Arts By David Petersen
Paperback: $39.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Richly illustrated, and based largely on sources inaccessible to the non-Japanese speaker, this book provides a rare glimpse into kagura (Shinto theater), a performance style with roots predating... More > even noh drama. Coverage includes the history of the art; the kagura stage; schools of performance; synopses of plays and ceremonies; movement and choreography; kagura costumes; masks and mask-making; implements, decorations and special effects; the music of kagura; and related folk arts. There are also additional sections with comparative materials on noh and kabuki. A new world of theater awaits...< Less
The Long Short Story: Novellas By A.A. Garrison
eBook (ePub): $4.99
"Novella - [noh-vel-uh] - a fictional prose narrative that is longer and more complex than a short story" Some folks like short stories, others enjoy the deeper waters of a novel. But what... More > about those times when a short story is too short and a proper novel too long? Enter the novella, that literary stopgap. Collected here are five such long-shorts, of a speculative bent: •“Deadheading with Max,” a quietly fantastic travel story •“Everything’s Connected,” an outrageous sci-fi slapstick romp •“Intangible,” a paranormal drama depicting the strangest of theft •“The Birth of Edenborough,” a post-apocalyptic romance •“The Dead Man’s Phone,” a lighthearted horror thriller 'The Long Short Story' – guaranteed to occupy that lengthy commute or trip to the park, when other fiction just wouldn’t sit right.< Less
The Long Short Story: Novellas By A.A. Garrison
Paperback: $10.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
"Novella - [noh-vel-uh] - a fictional prose narrative that is longer and more complex than a short story" Some folks like short stories, others enjoy the deeper waters of a novel. But what... More > about those times when a short story is too short and a proper novel too long? Enter the novella, that literary stopgap. Collected here are five such long-shorts, of a speculative bent: •“Deadheading with Max,” a quietly fantastic travel story •“Everything’s Connected,” an outrageous sci-fi slapstick romp •“Intangible,” a paranormal drama depicting the strangest of theft •“The Birth of Edenborough,” a post-apocalyptic romance •“The Dead Man’s Phone,” a lighthearted horror thriller 'The Long Short Story' – guaranteed to occupy that lengthy commute or trip to the park, when other fiction just wouldn’t sit right.< Less