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Margaret Coldiron

Trance And Transformation Of The Actor In Japanese Noh And Balinese Masked Dance-drama

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Inhoudsopgave:
List of Illustrations xi
Foreword xiii
Preface (Professor John Emigh, Brown University) xv
Acknowledgements xxiii
Chapter 1 Orientation 1(20)
`Transformation` and `Trance`
2(1)
Why Masks?
3(3)
Why THESE Masks?
6(3)
The Influence of Noh and Balinese Dance-Drama upon Western Theoreticians
9(8)
Gordon Craig and the Ubermarionette
10(2)
Artaud and the `animated hieroglyphs`
12(1)
Jacques Copeau`s `Mask Work`
13(4)
The Rise of `Intercultural Theatre`
17(1)
The Actor`s Consciousness and Noh and Balinese Masks
17(4)
Trance and Transformation of the Actor
19(1)
Scope of the Study
20(1)
Chapter 2 The Mask: Art Object, Pedagogical Tool or Transformational Mechanism? 21(28)
Influences on the Current Study
21(2)
On Masks
23(6)
Mask as Object
23(3)
Pedagogy: Mask as Tool
26(3)
Performance Theory and the Theatre-Ritual Nexus
29(6)
The Efficacy-Entertainment Braid
31(3)
Performance and Cultural Context
34(1)
The Actor`s Consciousness
35(11)
The Process of Transformation
37(1)
Transformation vs. Transportation
37(3)
Transformational Mechanisms
40(2)
A Framework for Examining the Performer`s Process
42(4)
Ritual Trance
46(1)
Conclusion
47(2)
Chapter 3 Masks and Balinese Culture 49(52)
A Labyrinth of Complexities
49(3)
An Embattled Paradise
52(5)
Agama Hindu-Bali
57(8)
Ritual and the Arts
59(3)
Caste
62(3)
Traditional Balinese Masked Drama
65(13)
Topeng
68(2)
Sidha Karya
70(2)
Calonarang
72(4)
Tenget
76(2)
The Mask Making Process
78(7)
Ritual Preparations
79(3)
Carving
82(1)
Painting and Completion
83(2)
Dance Training
85(7)
Pedagogy
86(3)
Ritual Requirements
89(3)
Taksu
92(8)
Summary
100(1)
Chapter 4 Japanese Mask Tradition and Noh Drama 101(68)
A Foreign Country, An Obscure Art
101(2)
Folk Mask Traditions
103(2)
The Development of Noh Drama
105(11)
Raising Status
107(6)
Court Dances and Popular Entertainments
108(2)
The Sanjo
110(3)
A Sacred Performance Art
113(3)
Noh and Religious Ritual
116(11)
Shinto
117(5)
Buddhism
122(17)
Esoteric Buddhism
124(2)
Zen
126(1)
Noh, Spirituality and the Reconciliation of Opposites
127(2)
The Noh Stage
129(4)
Noh Plays
133(2)
Music
135(1)
Hierarchy
136(3)
Noh Masks
139(13)
Maskmaking
144(6)
Carver-actors
150(2)
Training
152(4)
Becoming a shite
152(4)
The Way of Noh
156(1)
The Noh Aesthetic
157(12)
Jo-Ha-Ky
158(2)
Monomane
160(2)
Hana
162(2)
Yûgen
164(1)
Kokoro
165(4)
Chapter 5 Balinese Masks in Practice 169(72)
A Performance of Topeng Pajegan
170(18)
Waiting for the Pedanda
171(4)
Preparation
175(2)
Topeng Keras
177(1)
Topeng Tua
177(1)
The Speaking Masks
178(6)
Sidha Karya
184(3)
Aftermath
187(1)
The Performer`s Process: A Surrender of the Self
188(13)
Training
189(2)
Music
191(2)
Costume
193(1)
Masks
193(2)
Carver-dancers
195(4)
Marrying the Masks
197(2)
The Topeng Performance State
199(2)
Magic Masks: Barong and Rangda
201(17)
A Question of Identity
201(7)
The Play
208(2)
The Masks
210(3)
The Performers
213(1)
The Costumes
214(4)
Calonarang at the Pura Dalem, Bona Village, Gianyar
218(23)
The Setting
218(1)
The Performance
219(9)
Preliminary Dances
219(2)
The Drama
221(4)
Rangda
225(1)
Completion
226(2)
Trance and The Masked Performer
228(11)
Conclusion
239(2)
Chapter 6 Noh Masks in Performance 241(46)
Takigi Noh at the Suwa-Jin-Ja, Sado Island
242(19)
The Rehearsal
244(3)
The Costumes
247(3)
The Masks
250(3)
The Performance
253(7)
Secular Entertainment or Sacred Art?
260(1)
Hagoromo and Toni in Matsuyama
261(18)
Preparation
262(2)
Hagoromo
264(6)
Transition
270(1)
Tôru, Part One
271(1)
Transformation
272(2)
Toru, Part Two
274(4)
Post-performance
278(1)
Performing in the Noh Mask
279(4)
The Noh Performer as Medium
283(4)
Chapter 7 The Consciousness of the Masked Actor 287(32)
Transformation, Consciousness and the Mask
288(1)
Elements of the Transformation Process
289(1)
Ritual, Theatre and Consciousness
290(4)
Altered States
294(16)
What is Trance?
296(4)
The Physiology of Trance
300(10)
Driving Mechanisms and Mediating Elements
307(1)
Sensory Deprivation
308(2)
Charting the Trance Process
310(1)
Body, Mind and Mask
310(3)
Sacred Masks
313(3)
Conclusion
316(3)
Chapter 8 The Mask and Transformation 319(6)
The Path Ahead
322(1)
The Power of the Mask
323(2)
Glossary 1 Balinese Terms 325(4)
Glossary 2 Japanese Terms 329(6)
Works Consulted 335(10)
Books
335(9)
Films
344(1)
Index 345
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350 pagina's
Januari 2004
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229 x 159 x 32 mm
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