Tetsuji Takechi Edit Profile
He studied economics at Kyoto National University and graduated in 1936.
Takechi first became known for his criticism and theoretical writings on the theater. In 1939 he began publishing a journal, Stage Review in which he printed his writings on the theater. In the early 1940s, he began publishing collections of these writings in book form.
When World War II came to an end, Takechi used his inheritance from his father to establish a theatrical troupe. Under his direction, the Takechi Kabuki, as the group was known, put Takechi's theatrical ideas into practice by giving innovative and popular performances of kabuki classics in Osaka from 1945 to 1955.
Kabuki wa donna engeki ka (Chikuma sōsho)
Buyō no gei (Nihon no gei shirīzu)
Dentō geijutsu to wa nani na no ka: Hihyō to sōzō no tame no taiwa
- Kabuki wa donna engeki ka (Chikuma sōsho)