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These performers included all the miscellaneous stage arts in their repertory and
created from the various court dances and masked plays a type of folk masked
play usually termed sandae togam kuk. A prominent feature was the satirical ...
The On the usual No program, each play was followed by a kyogen kyogen farce
comedy, performed not by the chief (shite) farce or supporting (waki) actors of No
but by kyogen actors comedy who also acted the roles of villagers or fishermen ...
Bunraku, a scene from the comedy "Fishing for a Wife," a puppet performance of
a Kabuki dance version of the kyogen original play. Chief puppeteers wear
conventional dress, minor puppeteers wear black. Pine-and-plank scenery
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