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Deconstructing the Saussurean System of Signification

Miyagi Satoshi and His Mimetic Dramaturgy in Miyagi-Noh Othello

Tomoka Tsukamoto and Ted Motohashi

effects deriving from traditional theatre forms. In Miyagi's case, however, by employing the ‘two actors in one role’ (‘two in one’) or the ‘division of speech and movement’ (‘division’) method, with a particular kind of music, what is enhanced is not the

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Graham Holderness

recollected and enacted by the Ghost of Desdemona, through utilising the Japanese ‘Mugen-Noh’ format. Through his mimetic dramaturgy employing the ‘division of speech and movement’ method, Miyagi succeeded in recovering not only Desdemona's testimonies