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  Volume 22, Number 2, Fall 2005

Table of Contents

From: Asian Theatre Journal

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Editor's Note

pp. iii-iv
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Play

Topeng Sidha Karya: A Balinese Mask Dance Performed by I Ketut Kodi with I Gusti Putu Sudarta, I Nyoman Sedana, and I Made Sidia in Sidha Karya, Badung, Bali, 16 October 2002

pp. 171-198
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Interviews

Balinese Mask Dance from the Perspective of a Master Artist: I Ketut Kodi on Topeng

pp. 199-213
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Mask, Gender, and Performance in Indonesia: An Interview with Didik Nini Thowok

pp. 214-226
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Articles

Lions, Witches, and Happy Old Men: Some Parallels between Balinese and Japanese Ritual Masks

pp. 227-248
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Masks, Interface of Past and Future: Nomura Mannojo's Shingigaku

pp. 249-268
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Only Joking? The Relationship between the Clown and Percussion in Jingju

pp. 269-292
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Emerging Scholar Paper

The Mardi Gras Boys of Singapore's English-Language Theatre

pp. 293-309
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Reports

Chinese-Speaking Theatre In Perspective: A Symposium

pp. 310-323
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Woman and the Changing World on Alternative Global Stage: Sixth Women Playwrights International Conference

pp. 324-333
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Putul Yatra: A Celebration of Indian Puppetry

pp. 334-347
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Performance Review

Samritechak (review)

pp. 348-352
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Book Reviews

The Ethos of Noh : Actors and Their Art (review)

pp. 353-356
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The Theatre of Suzuki Tadashi (review)

pp. 356-361
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Balinese Dance, Drama and Music: A Guide to the Performing Arts of Bali (review)

pp. 361-362
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Trance and Transformation of the Actor: Japanese Noh and Balinese Masked Dance-Drama (review)

pp. 361-364
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Gamelan: The Traditional Sounds of Indonesia (review)

pp. 365-366
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Power Plays: Wayang Golek Theater of West Java (review)

pp. 366-368
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Significant Other: Staging the American in China (review)

pp. 368-371
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Shashibiya : Staging Shakespeare in China (review)

pp. 371-374
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Color Insert

Color Insert

p. 2005
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