Japanese Noh Theater turned into 3D Live Theater! Amon Miyamoto's "YUGEN: The Hidden Beauty of Japan" to premiere in Singapore!
The world's first 3D live theater featuring Japanese Noh theater from the 14th century! Conceived & directed by Amon Miyamoto, "YUGEN: The Hidden Beauty of Japan" will have its world premiere performances at the Singapore River Nights Festival on October 28th & 29th, 2016!
Noh is one of the oldest theatrical forms in the world and perhaps the most refined among Japan's traditional performing arts. For the first time in history, "YUGEN" combines the traditional Noh performance with the latest 3D technology, as well as an original story, to create a completely new and unique experience for the modern day audience.
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Special 3D glasses that are shaped like a Noh mask enable the audience to explore and experience Japan’s spiritual world, together with the characters in the play.
"YUGEN" features live performances of famous Noh plays "Shakkyo (The Stone Bridge)" and "Hagoromo (The Feather Robe)" by Kanze Noh performers. The world premiere performances will take place at the Singapore River Nights Festival 2016 on October 28th & 29th at 8:00pm and 9:30pm on both nights, at ACM Green, Asian Civilisations Museum.
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