Kosira Tatekawa, the multi-talented master performer of Rakugo, will hold a free performance for NYU audiences.
In Rakugo (literally "fallen words"), a lone storyteller remains seated on stage (kozā) throughout the performance, playing several characters and acting out different scenes with only a fan and a hand towel as props. The longstanding storytelling artform has been part of Japanese society since the Edo Period (1603-1868)
Please note: The performance will be conducted in Japanese and there will be no English translation.
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