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Number 37. (1999)
Special Issue
The 50th. Anniversary of Japanese Society for Theatre Research Introduction
MORI Mitsuya
Treatises
I Theatre Theory
  • Dialogue and Narrative    SUGA Yasuo
  • Acting and Feeling / Emotion    YAMANOUCHI Tomio
  • The Structure of Rhythm in a Dramatic Performance    TAKASHI Akinami
II JapaneseTraditional Theatre
  • On "Kasama no Noh": A Viewpoint of Noh Plays around Shôgun in the Period of Establishment of Noh    AMANO Fumio
  • To Read Aotozôshi hana no nishikie: Mainly the Scene "Hamamatsuya oku-zashiki"
    IMAO Tetsuya
  • The Personality of ICHIKAWA Danjûrô the First OGASAWARA Kyôko Kabuki Buyô (Kabuki Dance)    SUWA Haruo
  • Changes in 'Shunkan' Figures: The Tale of the Heike, Noh, Ningyô-jôruri, Kabuki, and KURATA Hyakuzô's Shunkan    WATANABE Tamotsu
  • Talking Shows in the Precinct of 'Ôsaka Tenmangû' Shrine in the late Edo Era
    NAKAGAWA Katsura
III Japanese Modern Theatre
  • Hyôryûkidan seiyô kabuki: A Turning point of the Modernization of Kabuki    KAWATAKE Toshio
  • The "Edo" aspect of Naturalism in Japan: Hôgetsu, Ryûgai and Shinpa People
    KAMIYAMA Akira
  • The Passive Hero in KINOSHITA's Shigosen no Matsuri (The Rite of the Meridian): On the Characteristics of 'Taira no Tomomori' and 'Kagemi'    KIKUKAWA Tokunosuke
IV Theatre in Abroad
  • The Origin of Roman Drama: A Reconsideration KIMURA Kenji Theatre as Virtual Reality Media: Concerning Pierre Corneille's L'Illusion comique    YABASE Toru
  • "The Play of the Japanese" in Switzerland: Between Theatre studies and Folklore
    MIYASHITA Keizo
  • Dostoevsky and Chekhov    YAMADA Kohei
  • The Development of Augusto Boal's Theatre    SUZAKI Asako
Treatises
Editor:   MORI Mitsuya