Highly educated question 48 the bridge in kabuki

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highly educated Question 48 The bridge in Kabuki theatre is identical to the bridge in Noh theatre Selected Answer: False Question 49 The bridge on the Noh stage is used to Selected Answer: show the actors' transition into their characters as the enter and exit Question 50 The mask in Noh theatre demands
Selected Answer: that the actors use their bodies to convey emotion Question 51 The musicians in Noh Theatre Selected Answer: are on stage Question 52 The onnagata is a female role specialist who Selected Answer: creates roles that are more iconic than human Question 53 The onnagata is seen in Selected Answer: Kabuki Theatre Question 54 The principle roles in Beijing Opera are Selected Answer: male, female, painted-face and clown Question 55 What element of the Noh stage is not seen in any other form of Japanese drama
Selected Answer: the roof Question 56 Which of the following rituals are associated with the Spring Festival and Chinese New Year Selected Answers: decorating the door with poetic couplets cleaning house putting red paper decorations on the door Question 57 Which period of Chinese history included drama of many types, most popular being the "bandit-hero" plays Selected Answer: Yuan Question 58 Women have never performed in the Beijing Opera Selected Answer: False Question 59 Yuan dramas are readily distinguishable from other Chinese plays because no one sings in them. Selected Answer: False
Question 60 Beijing Opera's elements include Selected Answer: acrobatics, music and dance

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