The Noho Noh Theatre Troupe will be celebrating its 30th anniversary this July with a series of performances.
Billing itself as unique mix of Western and traditional theatre, Noho was founded in 1979 by Jonah Salz to fuse the style and spirit of Japanese noh-kyogen and Western tales.
The troupe has put on works by Shakespeare, bilingual kyogen, Beckett and others.
Based in Kyoto, Oe has performed at the Edinburgh fringe festival, Avignon, and in Paris.
On July 18th, at the Kyoto Oe Noh Theatre - a short walk east of Kyoto City Hall on Oshikoji Dori - the troupe will put on the following program:
Act Without Words 1 (Beckett)
Improvisation (Palle Dahlstedt)
Photo © Noho
Tickets are 3,000 yen in advance, 2,000 for students. Add 500 yen for tickets purchased on the 18th.
Tel: +81 75 221 8371
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Wednesday, June 22, 2011
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