<p>Abstract:</p><p>This article examines the transformation of Sagi, the third school of the traditional comedic performing art <i>kyÅgen</i>, from a recognized professional form in the Edo era (1600â1868) to a community-based practice during the Meiji period (1868â1912). Through field and archival research, I will consider the challenges Sagi <i>kyÅgen</i> faces operating outside the professional model of the institutionalized iemoto (school grandmaster) system and demonstrate how regionalization plays a key role in interpreting Sagi <i>kyÅgen's</i> unique contemporary practice.</p>
Asian Theatre Journal – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Mar 13, 2019
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