The fall 2017 issue of the Asian Theatre Journal includes the following works:
Borrowing the Fan: An Example of Actable Plays (Zhezixi) for the Kunqu Stage
translated and introduced by Dongshin Chang
A Monk and a Nun Commit a Sin Together: Feng Weimin’s Play and Its Three Transformations
translated and introduced by Antonio Leggieri
Identity Politics in Okinawan Kumiodori: Mekarushi and Hana no Maboroshi (Vision of Flowers)
by Ruth Forsythe
Drenched in Victory, Facing Drought: Staging Transitions in Myanmar’s Performing Arts
by Catherine Diamond
Ritual Liminality and Frame: What Did Barbosa See When He Saw the Theyyam?
by Filipe Pereiran
The Hall of Superabundant Blessings: Toward an Architecture of Chinese Ancestral-Temple Theatre
by Xiaohuan Zhao
Zhang Huoding: A Popular Jingju Star with Young Chinese
by Qinghuan Huang
Lee Hyon-u’s Hamlet Q1 and Pedagogical Performance on the Korean Stage: Textual Identity in Intercultural Theatre
by Yi-Hsin Hsu
Dynamics of Jaipongan on West Java from 1980 to 2010
by Een Herdiani
Plus performance reviews and book reviews.
Asian Theatre Journal is dedicated to the performing arts of Asia, focusing upon both traditional and modern theatrical forms. It aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge throughout the international theatrical community for the mutual benefit of all interested scholars and artists.
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