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NOH and OPERA Project "Tomoe and Yoshinaka" @ Sheattle
We proudly present this special Noh and Opera program, here in Seattle. Munenori Takeda, one of the most respected young Noh performers in Japan, will perform “The Beauty of Noh: Tomoe + Yoshinaka” @ ACT Theatre, September 26-28, 2014!
Noh is the world’s oldest surviving theatrical art, dating back some 700 years. Noh appeals to the contemporary audience with its universal themes. The show will introduce the traditional program called “TOMOE”, and as 2nd stage we will presenting “TOMOE” inspired Opera written by Seattle based composer Garrett Fisher. Munenori will join the Opera part too!
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JACLab is a nonprofit corporation and registered charity dedicated to sharing the universal beauty of Japan’s heritage arts with the US public. Developed over centuries through unbroken lines of master-apprentice training, these artistic traditions remain relevant for today’s society. Our activities aim to inform a community that can learn and appreciate the values embodied in Japan’s heritage arts.