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Aratani World Series 2017
An Evening of Kyogen
Presented By JACCC & The Yanai Initiative at UCLA/Waseda University
Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 5:00PM

Aratani Theatre
244 S. San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012


AN EVENING OF KYOGEN with Mansaku Nomura & Mansaku-no-Kai

Thirty-five years after he first shared the joy of kyogen with Los Angeles theatergoers, Living National Treasure MANSAKU NOMURA returns with the Mansaku-no-Kai Company for an evening of warm, life-affirming comedy. Also starring MANSAI NOMURA and YUKIO ISHIDA, this program of three short masterpieces (The Owl, The KawakamI Headwaters, and Tied to a Stick) displays the full range of a theatrical form that has kept audiences laughing since the fourteenth century. With its pared-down staging and stylized acting, kyogen offers an absolutely unique theatrical experience.

Performed in Japanese with English subtitles. 5pm "Discovering Kyogen" featuring Mansai Nomura ∙ 6pm Mansaku-no-Kai Kyogen This program is the result of a special collaboration between the Aratani World Series and the Yanai Initiative at UCLA and Waseda University in Tokyo

Additional support for this program is provided by UCLA Division of Humanities; Haruhisa Handa Professorship of Shinto Studies, UCLA; Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, UCLA; Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies; Cultural Affairs Division, Waseda University; Ryusaku Tsunoda Center of Japanese Culture, Waseda University; TGU Project “Global Japanese Studies” and Waseda University (MEXT Grant); WASEDA USA; All Nippon Airways

JACCC programs are made possible in part by grants from the Annenberg Foundation, Aratani Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Los Angeles Board of Supervisors through the LA County Arts Commission, Folick Family, Kawaguchi-Kihara Memorial Foundation, and George, Ruri, Lisa, & Nathan Sugimoto. Significant in-kind support is provided by American Airlines, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., and Bose.

Reserved Seating
*Sunday only includes Post Reception with Artist Gala Tickets@ $100
Orchestra@ $40 / $35 JACCC Member
Balcony@ $30 / $25 JACCC Member
Students@$20
Not recommended for young children

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