“Kabuki and other Asian forms can open us up to new worlds and to our own potential.”
This comprehensive introduction to Kabuki is designed for teachers and students wanting to understand the history and practice of a traditional Japanese performance form. This insightful documentary includes versions of popular Kabuki plays and explores the effects of applying Kabuki style, musicality and physicality to Western adaptations.
Featuring award-winning teacher and scholar Leonard Pronko, the first non-Japanese person to study Kabuki at the National Theatre of Japan, Kabuki for the West contains footage from various productions and training sessions focusing on movement, setting and vocal projection.
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