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Japanese Theater Noh Kabuiki, and Bunraku Historical Context o Noh Kabuki Bunraku o Noh and kabuki = ‘ dance dramas’ o Bunraku = puppet theater o Shogun o Social hierarchy o No foreign cultural influences Noh o Kan’ami Zeami o 1375 o yugen o 5 types of plays o god o warrior o women o medness o demond o dance drama Prerformaners Actors o Shite o Waki o Kyogen o Kokata Stage attendants o Butai o Hashigakari o 4 columns o Atoza Bunraku Doll theatre Performaers Handlers Narrator Musicans
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Kabuki o Plays construsted in four basic parts o Also relied heavily on dance o Performars o 5types of characters Onnagate o Chikmatsu o No masks, Historical dress o Proscenium Stage o Hanamici o Mei o Complicated Scenery o Traps revolving stage El Teatro Campesino Historicak Context o Ceaser chavez o Unites Farm Workers o Exploition of migrants labor Luis Vadez Actors : striking migrant workers Actor o Bilingual o Signs o Ex Los Venidios ( The Sell outs) Social issues beyond the Delano strike o Ex Vitnam Campesno Mitos ( myths) o Drew an ancient Mayan culture o Ex: Bernable (1969) o Zoot Suit (1978) o Sleepy Lagoon Murder Trail 1942 Heroes and Saints o Cherrie Morga o This Bridge Called My back o Relationship CA McFarland CA 1978 – 1988 1984 –boycott begins led by chavez 1988 hungers strike o Magical Realism Boal – a brief Biography Boren 1931 raised in Rio de janerio Brazil
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Studied chemical engneering and theater at Columbia University (1950)s Back to Brazil , ran Arena Theater o Some tradional mainstream theater o Move towards more agit-prop performance Brazil in the 1960s o Military dictatorship o Restrictions on civil liberties censorship p o Poverty 1971- Boal arrested tutored exiles Exile- first to Argentina Peru o Encounter Paolo Freire’s ( Pedagogy of the Oppresses) ideas Then Europe ( Portugal Paris o In Paris o Internalized oppression Mejoring influence o Paulo Freire Pedagogy of the Oppressed Banking Model Oppressive to both teachers and student Teachers and student should be co- learners Education in essentially political it is either complicit or influnced by system of power Boal thinks this is great Basic principles : theater of the oppressed o Theater as rehearsal for the revolution’ o All theater is necessarily political Political used broadly-connected systems of power Theater both reflection and influence society
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