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Slide 1 - “Classical Dance Theater” by: Gerald Jonas Presentation by: Francesca San Roman and Andrew Giles and Edited By: Laura Pratt and Dr. Kay Picart Dancing: The Pleasure, Power, and Art of Movement
Slide 2 - Ballet “The royal courts that nurtured ballet are either gone or stripped of their political power, but the courtly ideal of making the most difficult feats of prowess look easy has become an integral part of the ballet aesthetic”(130). SpaceBallet.htm
Slide 3 - Ballet Class How does class begin? The first exercise is the ___ “After finishing at the barre, dancers move to the center of the room when they perform similar exercises without support”(130). sitepages/pid927.php
Slide 4 - George Balanchine As ballet master of the New York City Ballet,he taught the ninety-minute company class every morning. The classroom was his laboratory, the trained bodies of the dancers his tools.(130) His choreography was called ___________. news.htm
Slide 5 - Kabuki Japan’s kabuki theater achieved classical status by a diametrically opposite route from that of ballet. The word kabuki originally meant _______________________________________________________________. features/features4.html
Slide 6 - Kabuki Performers In the all-male world of kabuki the icons of femininity are _______(136). The Japanese word for a kabuki performer who specializes in female roles is __________, or “woman person”. The performers must not only move like a woman on stage, but think ___________.
Slide 7 - Continuing the Kabuki Tradition Who trains the young performers? How old does training start? When are outsiders adopted into the family?
Slide 8 - Women and Kabuki Women have performed kabuki outside the classical venues Women appear as actors and dancers on the modern Japanese stage. Okuni school/sougo2.htm
Slide 9 - The Social Structure of Japan in the 17th Century
Slide 10 - Performances Kabuki performances started early in the ________ and lasted ________. Staging was an amalgam of ______ effects and ________ conventions(142). kabukidancers_p1.htm
Slide 11 - The Theater Who attended the theater? What was the set up for the stage? view.php?t=1&c=10...
Slide 12 - Dance in Ballrooms What was the clothing like for Ballroom dancers and ballet dancers? vol9/hanson.html
Slide 13 - Ballet Evolves Marie Camargo Marie Sallé Jean Georges Noverre camargo_marie.htm
Slide 14 - St. Petersburg La belle au Bois Dormant ( The Sleeping Beauty) Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky Sleeping%20beaut...
Slide 15 - Conclusion Ballet has survived the French and the Russian Revolution. Only time will tell if kabuki can find new audiences beyond its homeland. Both ballet and kabuki converge on their emphasis on charismatic performers.
Slide 16 - Works Cited Jonas, Gerald.Dancing: The Pleasure, Power, and Art of Movement. “Classical Dance Theater”.New York:Harry N. Abrams. 1992, 128-163. SpaceBallet.htm sitepages/pid927.php news.htm features/features4.html school/sougo2.htm kabukidancers_p1.htm view.php?t=1&c=10 vol9/hanson.html camargo_marie.htm Sleeping%20beaut.