The play even introduces elements of kabuki , shouted Japanese, and eleventh-century visuals into its overweening mix.
The Tokugawa Period gave rise to the bunraku puppet drama and kabuki theater, for which Chikamatsu wrote tragedies.
For every dignified traditional leisure activity like kabuki or Noh theater, there are sordid underground clubs where fetishes and fringe elements are offered and capitalized upon.
Osaka prints are with a few exceptions of bijin prints exclusively designs of actors and kabuki scenes.
Onnagata, kabuki actors who specialize in female roles, embody an ideal of refined ultrafemininity.
The fifth suite has Japanese kabuki actor Tamasaburo Bando executing a series of dances while Ma plays.
It was a new theatrical language, drawing on the Japanese traditions of noh and kabuki theatre, and combining them with influences from Western contemporary dance and literature.
He wrote for kabuki as well as the traditional Japanese puppet dramas called bunraku.
Mie is considered as a challenge for each kabuki actor and can be played only by experienced performers.
She studied traditional dance and kabuki in Japan but doesn't incorporate it into her work.