Kabuki: The Art of Japanese Theatre

Thought to have originated from early in the Edo period (1603 to 1867), Kabuki is a traditional Japanese theatre known for its elaborate costume and make-up and dynamic acting. The name ‘Kabuki’ comes from the words ‘ka’, ‘bu’ and ‘ki’, meaning ‘dance’, ‘sing’, and ‘skill’ and can be translated as “the art of song and dance”.

Participants will get to learn and try Mie – a sustained pose for effect often occurring at the high point of a performance, as well as line reading, and the different roles that make up a play!

Tailored to: Schools, Community
Available in: ACT
Genre: Theatre
Region: Asia
Prices do not include GST

Program type
Price (exc GST)
No of Participants
Single Session
50 min
From $7
(per participant)
Up to 150
Multicultural Half-Day
(up to 3 programs)
Half Day
(per participant)
From 200
Multicultural All-Day
(up to 5 programs)
Full Day
(per participant)
From 300
Specialist All-Day
Full Day
From $20
(per participant)
From 150
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