Kabuki theater uses live actors to stage _____ and _____ dramas.
The effects are heightened by a range of powerful performance _____ and by an elaborately _____ stage.
Kabuki arose as a popular form of entertainment, initially deriving its plays from _____ theater.
In 1603, _____ set up a makeshift stage in the middle of a Kyoto riverbed and began performing dances and satirical skits.
In the early period, women and boys were frequently associated w/_____.
The Kabuki repertoire contains two types: _____ plays and _____ plays.
Kabuki plays are organized around the ability of its actors versus a _____.
4, historical, dance, sewamono, dance
The main play was divided into _____ sections: _____, _____, _____ (contemporary), and the concluding _____ drama.
Kabuki places a premium on _____, which accompanies gestures and speech.
Highly conventionalized posed performance of passion.
Kabuki costumes are highly conventionalized, with _____ outfits and _____ makeup.
The _____ sets the scene and comments on the action.
elevator, revolving, bridge
The Kabuki stage utilizes an _____ stage, a _____ stage, some scenery, and an elevated _____ (hanamichi).