Feb 12 - Photo 205 Photo 7.8 Kathakali actor getting a...

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Photo 205, Photo 7.8 o Kathakali actor getting a message Flexibility/training begins at a very young age The teacher maintains weight on a bar vs. effort - Setting the record straight in terms of: o Globalization (13) o Multiculturalism (14-15 o *Postmodernism (12): This will come more into play I our discussion of dramatic structure and Tracers - “Strategy” for learning Asian acting for Thea. 100 o You’re responsible if: We discuss a concept in class And we discuss a it in class and it’s expanded up on in the book o You’re not responsible if: It’s in the book, but we didn’t reference it in class - Noh (japan) o See pg. 120-7 o Photo 5.4 Oldest form, influenced by buddism - KYOGEN, Japan “crazy words” o The “taro and jiro” comedies o o See Photo 5.7 (128) - KABUKI, Japan, pg. 129-132 o Photo 5.6(130) o Photo 7.1b (182) o Everything is big: Texas of Japan - Video on Asian Theatre:
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2009 for the course THEA 100 taught by Professor Munnell during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Geneseo.

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