restricted access   Volume 28, Number 1, Spring 2011

Table of Contents

From the Editor

p. iii
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Articles

Asian Shakespeare 2.0

pp. 1-6
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Shakespeare-Asian Theatre Fusions: Globe-"alization" of Naked Masks (Bangkok), Shadowlight (San Francisco), and Setagaya Public Theatre (Tokyo)

pp. 7-43
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Toward a Poetic Minimalism of Violence: On Tang Shu-wing's Titus Andronicus 2.0

pp. 44-66
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"Ancestral Shades": The Arti Foundation and the Practice of Pelestarian in Contemporary Bali

pp. 67-103
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Shamanism in Korean Hamlets since 1990: Exorcising Han

pp. 104-128
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Otelo, Intercultural Spectatorship, and Ocular Proof

pp. 129-148
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Cultural Imperialism and Intercultural Encounter in Merchant Ivory's Shakespeare Wallah

pp. 149-167
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Debut Panel Paper

Political Theatre: The Rise and Fall of Rome and The Sword of Freedom, Two Translations of Julius Caesar in Meiji Japan by Kawashima Keizō and Tsubouchi Shōyō

pp. 168-183
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Artists' Reflections

King Lear in Beijing and Hong Kong

pp. 184-198
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Another Midsummer Night's Dream in Ho Chi Minh City

pp. 199-221
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A Bangzi Merchant of Venice in Taipei: Yue/Shu (Bond)

pp. 222-233
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Ku Na'uka's Hamlet in Tokyo: An Interview with Miyagi Satoshi

pp. 234-243
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Online Media Report

Global Shakespeares and Shakespeare Performance in Asia: Open-Access Digital Video Archives

pp. 244-250
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Exhibit Review

Imagining China: The View from Europe, 1550-1700 (review)

pp. 251-256
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Performance Reviews

Tempesutu arashi nochi hare (The Tempest: Sunshine after the Storm) (review)

pp. 257-261
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Yi Sang Counts to Thirteen (review)

pp. 261-266
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Book Reviews

Shakespeare in Hollywood, Asia, and Cyberspace (review)

pp. 267-269
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Shakespeare in Asia: Contemporary Performance (review)

pp. 269-272
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Cambodian Dance: Celebration of the Gods (review)

pp. 272-275
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Danjūrō's Girls: Women on the Kabuki Stage (review)

pp. 275-277
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Color Insert

Color Insert

pp. Color Insert 1-5
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