Category Kabuki

JETAANC Noh Theater on Film: The Feathered Mantle – 4/6

Interested in learning more about Japanese Noh theater? Join alumni and friends for a free video screening of a classic Noh play, The Feathered Mantle. This is a rare opportunity to learn more about this mysterious and moving art form Hagoromo | April 6, 2014 | 2pm Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California 1840

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JETAANC Kabuki Theatre on Film: Tribute to Shikan – 11/24

Interested in Japanese Kabuki theatre? Join alumni and friends for a special class focusing on the art and artistry of Nakamura Shikan VII, one of the greatest Kabuki performers of our time. Designated a “Living National Treasure,” Shikan was beloved the world over for his sensitive portrayals of some of Kabuki’s most difficult roles. Join us as we study

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JETAANC Kabuki Theatre on Film: “Kumagai’s Battle Camp” – 9/22

Interested in Japanese Kabuki theatre? Join alumni and friends on Sunday, September 22 for a special class at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center focusing on a video of the classic Kabuki drama, “Kumagai’s Battle Camp.” Taking its theme from “Tale of Heike,” the play features an all-star cast in one of Kabuki’s most famous tragedies.

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JETAANC Kabuki Theatre on Film: “Shunkan” – 7/21 – JCCCNC

Interested in Kabuki theatre? On Sunday, July 21, join alumni and friends at JCCCNC for a special class focusing on a video of the classic Kabuki drama, “Shunkan.” Taking its theme from “Tale of Heike,” the play features an all-star cast in one of Kabuki’s most famous tragedies. Shunkan, Naritsune and Yasuyori have been exiled

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JETAANC Kabuki Theater on Film: “The Heron Maiden” and “The Mandarin Ducks” – 6/30

Join alumni and friends on June 30 for a special class at Oakland Asian Cultural Center focusing on two classic Kabuki dance dramas that portray birds, “The Heron Maiden” (Sagi Musume) and “The Mandarin Ducks” (Oshidori).A dance of breathtaking beauty, “The Heron Maiden” portrays the spirit of a heron that assumes the form of a young

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