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日本舞台芸術史

A History of Japanese Theatre

Salz, Jonah (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2016/07
550 p. 69 illus. 26 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107034242
装丁違いISBN: 1108458165
KCN: 1022578448
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納期について
DDC: 792.0952
KDC: B33 舞台芸術(演劇・舞踊)
M354
M351
ブックニュースNo: NA5409
関連書リスト: SB2802D 洋書に見る「日本」No. 18(2016夏号)
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Annotation

ジョナ・サルズ(龍谷大学)編。蜷川幸雄と平田オリザのインタビューを含む。演劇だけでなく、舞踏、宝塚、ミュージカル、紙芝居、落語、漫才などを取り上げる。
New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2016. This accessible and complete history is beautifully illustrated and includes interviews with key modern directors. Contributions from Japanese scholars, many translated into English for the first time, offer new contextual insights.

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Japan boasts one of the world's oldest, most vibrant and most influential performance traditions. Written by eminent international scholars, this history spans the full range of dance-theatre genres over the past fifteen hundred years. This accessible and complete history is beautifully illustrated and includes interviews with key modern directors.
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Table of Contents

Foreword James R. Brandon; Timeline Rachel Payne; Editor's introduction Jonah Salz; Part I. Traditional Theatres: Preface to Part I Laurence Kominz; 1. Ancient and early medieval performing arts Terauchi Naoko; Interlude: katari narrative traditions: from storytelling to theatre Alison Tokita; 2. Noh and Muromachi culture Shinko Kagaya and Miura Hiroko; Interlude: noh and kyogen costumes and masks Monica Bethe; 3. Kyogen: classical comedy Jonah Salz; Interlude: iemoto: the family head system Eric C. Rath; 4. Kabuki: superheroes and femmes fatales Julie Iezzi; Interlude: nihonbuyo: classical dance Paul Griffith and Okada Mariko; Interlude: Okinawan theatre: boundary of Japanese theatre Suzuki Masae; 5. Bunraku: puppet theatre Goto Shizuo; Interlude: misemono and rakugo: sideshows and storytelling Matthew W. Shores; Interlude: kamigata geino: Kyoto-Osaka style Gondo Yoshikazu; Interlude: traditional theatre tomorrow: interview with Takemoto Mikio Shinko Kagaya; Part II. Modern Theatres: Preface to Part II Brian Powell; 6. Birth of modern theatre: Shimpa and shingeki Brian Powell; Interlude: new comedy, Asakusa opera, OSK musicals Nakano Masaaki; Interlude: Takarazuka: all-girls' revue and musicals Yamanashi Makiko; 7. Rise of shingeki: western-style theatre Guohe Zheng; Interlude: manzai and yoshimoto comedy vaudeville Joel Stocker; 8. Wartime colonial and traditional theatre Samuel L. Leiter; Interlude: kami-shibai: picture-card storytelling Washitani Hana; 9. Maturing shingeki theatre Guohe Zheng; Interlude: post-war musicals and commercial theatre Kevin Wetmore; 10. Sixties theatre Kan Takayuki; Interlude: butoh: dance of darkness and light Bruce Baird; 11. Contemporary theatre M. Cody Poulton; Interlude: Tokyo: world theatre capital Iwaki Kyoko; Interlude: charting Tokyo theatre today: 24 November 2012 Iwaki Kyoko; Interlude: modern theatre tomorrow: interview with Hirata Oriza Iwaki Kyoko; Part III. Arcs and Patterns: 12. Pre-modern playwriting practices Laurence Kominz; 13. Traditional meta-patterns Jonah Salz; 14. Modern drama as literature J. Thomas Rimer; 15. Modern meta-patterns Mari Boyd; Interlude: Dojoji: the lady and the bell Laurence Kominz; Part IV. Theatre Architecture: Preface to Part IV Jonah Salz; 16. Pre-modern patterns of spectatorship and space Shimizu Hiroyuki; 17. Modernization of theatrical space, 1868-1940 Samuel L. Leiter and Nagai Satoko; 18. Post-war theatres: development and diversification Otsuki Atsushi; Interlude: national theatres and funding Barbara E. Thornbury; Part V. Theatre Criticism: 19. Practitioner principles, Zeami to Chikamatsu William Lee; 20. Pre-modern criticism, research, and training Nakano Masaaki; 21. English language scholarship: a critical overview David Jortner; Interlude: university scholarship and training Nakano Masaaki; Part VI. Intercultural Influences: 22. Seven stages of Shakespeare reception Daniel Gallimore and Minami Ryuta; 23. Traditional training internationally Jonah Salz; 24. Intercultural theatre: fortuitous encounters Jonah Salz; Interlude: early influence from Europe Yoshihara Yukari; Interlude: interview with Ninagawa Yukio: Asian energy vs. European rationality Mika Eglinton; Epilogue: frozen words and mythology Eugenio Barba.