Performed on a simple stage, Kyogen (literally “wild speech”) first developed in the 1300s. Kyogen actors performed during interludes between Noh performances, providing comic relief.
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Lead funding for the Asian Art Museum’s TeachJapan is generously provided by The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.
Additional support is provided by Susan and Kevin McCabe.
Teach Japan was created in collaboration with the following arts organizations: