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INSTRUCTOR: Richard Emmert (Kita School Licensed Instructor)SUPPLEMENTARY INSTRUCTION: Omura Sadamu (Kita School Shite Actor) (Omura Sensei will be asked to come as many as three times only if there are at least 8 participants)
STAGE: Nomura (Toto-kai) Rehearsal StageThe Noh Training Project is a three week intensive, performance-based
training in the dance, chant, music, and performance history of Japanese Noh Drama. Taught by internationally
acclaimed Noh expert Richard Emmert and hosted by the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, NTP is now entering
its seventh summer of bringing intensive training in Noh to the United States. Again this summer,
Mr. Emmert will be joined for the final week of training by Noh Master actor/teacher Akira Matsui.
In addition to teaching traditional perfomance practice, Matsui will lead special sessions designed
to help participants experiment with using Noh techniques with non-Noh musical accompaniment and/or text.
The training project culminates in a final recital for an invited public.
Training sessions go from 9-4:30 M-F under the guidance of Mr. Emmert and teaching assistants.
In addition to daily training sessions, twice weekly evening sessions are held to discuss the history,
literature and performance elements of Noh, along with viewing videos of Noh performances.
Students are divided into beginner or intermediate/advanced sections. New students will learn a number
of short dances and chants from Noh plays, learn about the musical instruments associated with Noh,
and work briefly with a Noh mask. Intermediate/Advanced students will work on longer pieces.
One of the oldest continually performed theatre forms in the world, Noh combines dance, chant,
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