Departmental Bulletin Paper Terayama Shûji : Japanese avant-garde theater from the 1970s reviewed four decades later
Terayama Shûji : Japanese avant-garde theater from the 1970s reviewed four decades later

Zoubek, Wolfgang

68pp.281 - 326 , 2018-02-20 , 富山大学人文学部
ISSN:03865975
NCID:AN00175930
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Terayama Shûji (1935-1983) was one of the leading artists of a new avant-garde Japanese theater movement in the 1970s. He was an extraordinarily versatile person, writing poetry and plays, directing theater and film productions, and enthusiastically participating in sports. Horse racing and boxing held a particular fascination for him, which is one reason why boxing rings sometimes appeared as a scenic motif in his theatrical productions.
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