Costumes for “The Blue Bird” at Moscow Art Theatre
© John Foster, Accidental Mysteries Collection
And that wraps up ULTRA Q as this week’s Film Focus! I had a lot of fun putting this one together. Tomorrow, I’ll be starting THE LAST DINOSAUR.
And here’s the remaining links to the rest of the episodes:
Down At The Nightclub - Billy Monk’s Sixties Photos (via Voices of East Anglia)
Haruko 1913 (by Blue Ruin1)
“Geigi entertainers, more commonly known as geisha, who provide hospitality and add zest to parties with their performance, are women knowledgeable in Japanese tradition and culture ranging from classic zashiki-asobi games to buyo dance. In the past, Tokyo had many hanamachi “flower districts” home to a number of geisha houses, to which every geisha belongs. Now only six remain.”
(Go Tokyo website: www.gotokyo.org/en/discovery/vol1/special04.html)