Workshop: Noh Training Project 2017 (Tokyo)

call for papers [150-2]The Kita School of Noh and Theatre Nohgaku are pleased to announce the
Noh Training Project Tokyo 2017–an intensive three-week workshop
focusing on the performance elements of Japanese classical noh
theatre. The workshop will include five hours daily of instruction in
the chant, dance, and musical instruments. In addition, there will be
lectures on the theoretical elements of noh including dramatic
structure, masks and costumes. Participants will attend several
performances of noh. All sessions will be conducted in either Japanese
with English translation or in English.

When: June 25-July 14, 2017

Where: Kita Roppeita Memorial Noh Theatre, Tokyo

Cost: \70,000 (\50,000 for applicants who pay by May 1). Costs include
instruction materials, practice fan, 1 pair white tabi, and tickets to
noh performances. Air-travel, accommodation, food and local
transportation is NOT included.

Affordable accommodation suggestions will be provided on
request.

Program Directors:

Teruhisa Oshima: Shite actor Kita School

Richard Emmert: Theatre Nohgaku Artistic Director

John Oglevee: Theatre Nohgaku Development Director

Instructors:

Noh performers of the Kita School and members of the Noh Performers
Association. Instructors names will be announced in April.

For an application form and further information:
ntp17tokyo@theatrenohgaku.org
.

Also see: http://theatrenohgaku.org/noh_training_project_tokyo

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