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This Review contains major "Kabuki"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Many Kabuki plays have themes of revenge or vengence, and the main actors often portray famous warriors of the past, or demons and heroes from Japanese myth.
- Early films had influences from traditional theater – for example, kabuki and bunraku.
- Ishikawa Goemon in culture He has been the subject of many Kabuki plays.
- Shochiku Company, Limited (松竹株式会社, Shōchiku Kabushiki Gaisha?) TYO: 9601 is a Japanese movie studio and production company for kabuki.
- While nagauta is vital to Kabuki, it stands on its own as a musical genre and is well suited to independent performances.
- Also in Ginza is the Kabukiza Theater in the midst of all the shopping strips, in which there are performances of Kabuki.
- Kabuki, which could feature anything from historical plays to dance plays, was often accompanied by nagauta (??) style of singing and shamisen performance.
- Kabuki, which could feature anything from historical plays to dance plays, was often accompanied by nagauta style of singing and shamisen performance.
- Nagauta (long poems or songs) is the dominant musical form for the Kabuki theatre and depicts the various poetic descriptions of the dance and scenes.
- Osaka is known for bunraku (traditional puppet theatre) and kabuki theatre, and for manzai, a more contemporary form of stand-up comedy.
- The term tokoyama can also be used in its original form, which was for specialists who worked in hairstyling in the Japanese form of theatre called kabuki.
- Tenjiku Tokubei became a popular character of Kabuki and Joruri puppet dramas, where he was given the role of a magician.
- Butoh is a hybrid form of art, incorporating elements of theatre, dance, mime, Noh, Kabuki and at times the Chinese arts of Chi kung and Tai chi.
- There are many theatres in the city in which traditional forms of Japanese drama (like noh and kabuki) as well as modern dramas.
- In addition to the standard narrative dialog style, theatre takes such forms as opera, ballet, mime, kabuki, chinese opera, and pantomime.
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