Kabuki is one of the most recognised Japanese classical theatre arts involving singing and dancing. It’s known for its extroverted liveliness. Kabuki is performed in a highly stylised manner involving eye-catching costumes, dramatic makeup and extravagant wigs, as well as the exaggerated actions of its performers. Another feature of a kabuki performance is that it’s usually just part of a story but not the entire one. The performance is in Japanese with English subtitles.