The Art of Kabuki / a Films for The Humanities presentation. Princeton,
N.J. : Films for the Humanities, 1992.
Aspects of the Kabuki theatre of Japan / produced by Northwood Institute and
the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Theatre Arts (IASTA). [New
York] : I.A.S.T.A., [198-].
Dance centerstage / RM Arts ; WNET/New York ; produced by Geoff Dunlop
and Jane Alexander ; directed by Geoff Dunlop ; telescript by Geoff
Dunlop and Jo Ann Caplin ; story by Rhoda Grauer ; host and narrator,
Raoul Trujillo. Chicago, IL : Home Vision, c1993.
Description: 1 videocassette (57 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ;
Series: Dancing ; 6.
This program examines classical theater dances in Russia and Japan.
Ballet, based on 17th century court dances of Louis XIV, was developed in
St. Petersburg. The Kabuki emerged from the streets of Kyoto.
Living treasures of Japan / WQED and National Geographic Society ;
writer-producer, Miriam Birch ; director-photographer, Norris Brock.
Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society Educational Services,
1 videorecording (59 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
Series title: National Geographic Society special.
The Performing arts. Lincoln, Neb. : University of Mid-America : Great
Plains National Instructional Television Library, 1976.
2 videocassettes (56 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Series title: Japan, the living tradition ; no. 11-12.
The tradition of performing arts in Japan : the heart of Kabuki, Noh and
Bunraku / Shin-el Armz Inc. ; written and directed by Hajime Funatsu.
Tokyo, Japan : Shin-el ; Distributred by B & CI, 1989.
Nagauta : the heart of Kabuki music / produced and directed by Eugene Enrico
and David Smeal ; written by William P. Malm, Sidney D. Brown and Eugene
Enrico. [Norman, Okla.] : University of Oklahoma, c1993.
Gary Handman Director Media Resources Center
UC Berkeley, CA 94720-6000