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Japanese theater and Peking Opera

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Transcript of Japanese theater and Peking Opera

Japanese theater and Peking Opera
Noh
Actors wear masks
Expression shown through masks
Little use of props
Intruments play an important role
Music helps convey the story
Fancy and expensive custome
Audiences: Sammurai
Kabuki
Hard to understand;old Japanese
Audiences: Lower Class people and merchant
Revolvinig and narrowing stage
Focus mainly on dancing and acting
Peking Opera
Four types of Presentation: Singing, Dialogue, Dancing, Martial Art
Lian Pu(The picture of heart): facial painting;expression
Staging: Qimo
The core of Chinese culture
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Comparison(Noh v.s. Peking Opera)
Expression shown through masks and painting
Little use of props
Fancy custome
Involve a lot of music
Comparison
(Kabuki v.s. Peking Opera)
Use a lot of acting and dancing
Hard to understand
References
http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-kabuki-and-vs-noh/

https://prezi.com/dcufyml3wjrz/traditional-japanese-theatre-noh-and-kabuki/

http://www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/arts/beijing_opera/
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