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Mar. 22 2012

Ancient, Yet Modern Dances

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

On Sunday, April 1, Towson University’s Asian Arts & Culture Center will present Kabuki Dance by Bando Kotoji. Although kabuki dates back to the 17th century, it remains a very popular art form in modern Japan; its star performers are celebrities & often appear in film or television roles. Kabuki dance borrows extensively from the kabuki theatrical tradition & is refined & elegant, yet allows for individual expression. Click on the link below to hear my interview with Suewhei Shieh, director of Towson University’s Asian Arts & Culture Center, about the April 1 performance:

Kabuki Dance at Towson University

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