Komparu Zenchiku

Komparu Zenchiku

▪ Japanese nō dramatist
original name  Shichirō Ujinobu  
born 1405, Japan
died c. 1470, , Nara, Japan

      nō actor and playwright who also wrote critical works on drama. Zenchiku, who married a daughter of the actor Zeami Motokiyo, was trained in drama by Zeami and Zeami's son Motomasa.

      Zenchiku worked and performed in the Nara region and perhaps, therefore, was not as successful as Zeami's nephew, On'ami, who performed in Kyōto and was the leader of the Kanze school. Zenchiku was a talented actor, however, who passed on the teachings of Zeami to the Komparu family school of nō drama. He wrote more than 20 plays, including the masterpieces Basho, Tamakazura, Goon sankyoku shu, and Ugetsu, all of which were influenced by Zen Buddhist thought. His major critical works—Shidō yōshō, Rokurin ichiro no ki, and Shūgyoku tokka—are important historical sources on the development of nō drama.

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