Identity Politics in Women's Performance in Japan

Nobuko Anan

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Abstract

In Japan, it was in the mid-1970s when women artists started to create their own professional theatre companies. This period also saw the development of the women's liberation movement in Japan, but there was no exchange between women theatre artists and activists. While the women artists explored a variety of issues in their work, with some few exceptions feminism was not their primary concern. This trend continues to this day, and accounts for why Tadashi Uchino argues that there has been no feminist theatre in Japan.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)68-70
JournalTheatre Research International
Volume37
Issue number01
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jan 2012

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