A. Critical and Comparative Studies

33. Colgrove, C. Lee. ‘Kabuki and the West’. Hikaku bunka 8 (1964): 139-61.

Asserts that kabuki as ‘a great living theatre subsisting largely on style has been both intriguing and instructive to the West’, and that ‘as a pre-eminent theatre of the imagination’ it is ‘a source of possible solutions’ for European and American drama, but does not offer specific examples of influence. Includes passing reference to Craig (see D17). For fuller treatment of the subject see A25, 45, and 47.






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