In this episode of Theatre is Dead, Cara and Charlie discuss how Japan's Noh theatre emerged from stripping for sunlight and Kan'ami and Zeami keeping theatre in the family.
HEAR AND NOW -
03:00 - THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS ON THE ARTS AND CULTURE SECTOR
04:50 - Theatregoers’ Willingness to Return Is Trending Down, Data Show
07:50 - We Experienced the First West End Show Staged With Social Distancing. Here's What It Was Like.
09:05 - Future Stages
12:00 - BeAnArtsHero.com
13:15 - Black Theatre Coalition
15:00 - Wait for It: The Hamilton Oscar Debate Is Not Over
15:30 - The Room
15:50 - Finish the Fight
16:40 - Girls Like That, Synergy Theatre
18:10 - The National WW2 Museum
18:18 - Only the Brave Musical
18:51 - ‘Gotham Refuses to Get Scared’: In 1918, Theaters Stayed Open
19:00 - Historical Context : The Origins of NOH Theatre