Noh Training Project

2014 Noh Training Project

JULY 13, 2014-AUGUST 3, 2014

 
flyer-11inx17in-h-front20th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 
culminating in
free torchlight performances of
TAKASAGO and HAGOROMO in
Bloomsburg Town Park Band Shell on August 1st and 2nd

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Don’t miss this special event:

Cinema-handbillsFREE discussion – August 2nd at 2PM

Stop-Motion Noh: Kawamoto and the Puppet Screen

By Dr. Linda C. Ehrlich

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 

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Student Rate Available

 

What is Noh?

One of the oldest continually performed theatre forms in the world, noh combines dance, chant, music, and mask in a powerful and stately performance experience requiring intense inner concentration and physical discipline. Actors, directors, dancers, musicians, and academics interested in a non-Western performance experience are encouraged to apply.

Noh Training Project

The Noh Training Project is a summer three-week intensive, performance-based training in the dance, chant, music and performance history of Japanese classical noh drama. The Noh Training Project offers the most intensive and extensive noh training available in the United States.

See photos of NTP’s performance of Atsumori in the Town Park and the 2012 Recital.

Read an interview with NTP Founder Richard Emmert at the-noh.com.

Noh Related Links

Theatre Nohgaku
The Noh Training Project Tokyo Japan
Noh Translations
Theatre of Yugen
The National Theater of Japan’s Noh and Kyogen Explanation
Background on Noh
13 Noh Texts compiled by the University of Virginia
Noh Masks
Affordable Noh Masks
Japanese Noh Theatre
Noh Theatre Information

Publications available through the Noh Training Project:

The Gull, and English Noh play by Daphne Marlatt
(Shipping & Handling included)

rotator-international_02NTP 2014 is grateful for funding support from The Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission