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Introlecture26a - narration Most of action occurs in the audience No masks Theatre in China Yuan Dynasty(1279 1368 700 plays survived Ming

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    3 Questions 1.  After a year long trial, who was convicted of murder  in Perugia, Italy on Friday? Amanda Knox 2.  What was the nickname the Italian press had given  her? Foxy Knoxy 3.  Which professional golfer is the only one so far to  come out publicly against Tiger Woods? Jesper Parnevik
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    Asian and African Theatre
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    Theatre in Japan Noh Theatre - 1375 performed today as it was 600 years ago Based on Zen Buddhism Classified into 5 types, according to the  principal character: God plays, Warrior plays, Women plays,  Madness plays, Demon plays A show consists of each type, in that order Audience on 2 sides, facing each other Masks used in all Noh Theatre
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    More Japanese  Theatre Forms Bunraku - doll theatre Characters represented by large puppets Operated by 3 handlers Kabuki - most popular of traditional forms Uses a great deal of scenery, song and 
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Unformatted text preview: narration Most of action occurs in the audience No masks Theatre in China Yuan Dynasty (1279 - 1368) 700 plays survived Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) Plays have 50 acts or more each Beijing Opera - 19th century Hybrid of acrobatics, singing, text, and several plays (pieces of plays) Theatre in Africa Nigeria - Yoruba Opera Developed by Hubert Ogunde, 1946 Created 38 operas Consisted of: Glee (opening musical number) Dialogue Songs Dances Glee (closing musical number) South Africa Pieter-Dirk Uys - most influential playwright and performer, and drag character Highlighted the ridiculousness of apartheid Athol Fugard - most famous South African dramatist Destruction of racial arrogance...
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2010 for the course THEA 100 taught by Professor Munnell during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Geneseo.

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