Kabuki: The Popular Stage of Japan

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgement v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Introduction xv
  • Kabuki 1
  • Chapter I- Kabuki 3
  • Chapter II- Kabuki Audiences 9
  • Chapter III- Conventions of Kabuki 17
  • Chapter IV- Craftsmanship of Kabuki 28
  • Chapter V- Kabuki''s School of Acting 35
  • Chapter VI- Actor Ceremonials 40
  • Origin of Kabuki 47
  • Chapter VIII- Onna Kabuki- The Woman''s Stage 58
  • Chapter IX- Wakashu Kabuki- The Young Men''s Stage 64
  • Chapter X- Theatres of the Three Towns 74
  • Yakusha 85
  • Chapter XI- Danjuro and Tojuro 87
  • Chapter XII- Yakusha of Genroku 99
  • Chapter XIII- Yakusha of Horeki 111
  • Chapter XIV- Yakusha of Pre-Restoration Period 121
  • Chapter XV- Onnagata 132
  • Chapter XVI- Yakusha and Marionette 144
  • Chapter XVII- Lives of the Yakusha 153
  • Shibai 167
  • Chapter XVIII- Customs of Shibai 169
  • Chapter XIX- Shibai and outside Influence 183
  • Chapter XX- Music of Shibai 192
  • Chapter XXI- Shibai and Interference 201
  • Chapter XXII- Externals of Shibai 215
  • Sakusha 223
  • Chapter XXIII- Customs of the Sakusha 225
  • Chapter XXIV- Representative Sakusha 232
  • Plays 251
  • Chapter XXV- Kabuki Play Forms 253
  • Chapter XXVII- Kabuki Roles 310
  • Meiji Kabuki 321
  • Kabuki To-Day 365
  • Chapter XXIX- Contemporary Kabuki 367
  • Bibliography 377
  • Index 379
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