Stage and PerformanceSimple expressive elements executed in an empty space illustrate a profoundly deep world
A planked stage which protrudes out into the audience has a roof supported by pillars, with neither walls nor a curtain separating the stage from the audience.
Flow of Plays
The play begins when a performer enters an empty space, and ends when the stage becomes an empty space again.
Performers have clearly delineated and separate roles, including main actor, supporting actor, instrumentalist, and chorus, and they belong to set groups of performers.