Zeami

Zeami (1363–1443) is considered the most important playwright, actor, and theorist in the history of Japanese Noh theatre. Along with his father, Kan'ami, he revolutionized Noh, turning it into a nuanced art form that greatly influenced many aspects of Japanese art and culture. He was a prolific writer, and his plays make up a significant part of the Noh repertoire.

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