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Plate 1.

Cutout silhouettes create shadows in Larry Reed's Balinese Tempest. (Photo: Shadow-light Theatre)


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Plate 2.

Kyōgen of Errors by Setagaya Public Theatre and Mansaku no Kai adapts Comedy of Errors to nō/Kyōgen stylization. (Photo: Courtesy of Setagaya Public Theatre and Mansaku no kai. Photo by Mansakawa Shinji)


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Plate 3.

Lavinia (Lai Yuk-ching) in Tang Shu-wing's Titus Andronicus 2.0, 2009. (Photo: Courtesy of Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio, Hong Kong)


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Plate 4.

Seven storytellers and the musician (far left) in Titus Andronicus 2.0. (Photo: Courtesy of Tsang Man-tung)


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Plate 5.

The demang and tumenggung before the entrance of Macbeth and Banquo during a commissioned performance of Gambuh Macbeth at Rangki in Abianbase, Mengwi, Bali in July 2000. (Photo: Brett Hough)


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Plate 6.

Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in a Gambuh Macbeth. (Photo: Brett Hough)


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Plate 7.

Senate scene from Otelo. (Photo: Courtesy of Tanghalang Ateneo)


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Plate 8.

Titania (Đặng Thanh Nga) and Bottom (Ngọc Dung) transformed into a monkey. (Photo: Pham Đăng Quӯnh)

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