PERFORMANCE PARADIGM # 2 essays on “Japan after the 1960s: the ends of the avant-garde.”
PERFORMANCE PARADIGM (# 2)
“Japan after the 1960s: the ends of the avant-garde.”
Edited by Peter Eckersall
This issue of Performance Paradigm investigates the various “ends” of 1960s culture in Japan and the parallel, divergent, multiple outcomes of the 1960s avant-garde.
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Peter Eckersall and Edward Scheer, 'Introduction'
Satô Makoto, translated by Yuji Sone, 'On Vernacular Theatre'
Yasuko Ikeuchi, 'Performances of Masculinity in Angura Theatre: Suzuki Tadashi on the Actress and Satô Makoto's Abe Sada's Dogs'
Michael Hornblow, 'Bursting Bodies of Thought: Artaud and Hijikata '
Shannon C. Moore, 'Ghosts of Premodernity: Butoh and the Avant-Garde'
Jonathan Marshall, 'Dancing the Elemental Body: Butoh and Body Weather: Interviews with Tanaka Min and Yumi Umiumare'
Lisa Kuly, 'Translation, Hybridity, and 'The Real Thing': Don Kenny's English Kyôgen'
Vera Mackie, 'The Spectacle of Woman in Japanese Underground Theatre Posters'
Midori Yoshimoto, 'Off Museum! Performance Art That Turned the Street into 'Theatre,' Circa 1964 Tokyo'
Gunhild Borggreen, 'Ruins of the Future: Yanobe Kenji Revisits Expo '70'
Uchino, Tadashi, 'Mapping/Zapping 'J' Theatre At The Moment'
M.Cody Poulton, 'Unspeakable Acts: The Avant-Garde Theatre of Terayama Shûji and Postwar Japan' Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei
Mika Eglinton, 'Into Performance: Japanese Women Artists in New York' Midori Yoshimoto (New Jersey and London: Rutgers University Press, 2005).
Yuji Sone, 'Alternatives: Debating Theatre Culture in the Age of Con-Fusion,'
Peter Eckersall, Uchino Tadashi and Moriyama Naoto (eds.), No. 11 in the series Dramaturgies: Texts, Cultures and Performances (Brussels: P.I.E.-Peter Lang 2004).
Zack Fuller, Tradition and Innovation: Dance Hakushu 2005. August twelfth through twenty-first, Body Weather Farm, Yamanashi, Japan.
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