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Volume 32, Number 1, Spring 2015

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. iii-iv


Manzai Tichiuchi (Vendetta of Performers of “Myriad-Year” Felicity): A Kumi Odori by Tasato Chōchoku, as Staged by Kin Ryōshō in 1982

pp. 1-36

Kōji (Three Tangerines): A Kyōgen from the Ōkura School, Introduction and Translation

pp. 37-45

“Beneath the Surface” of Told by the Wind: An Intercultural Experiment in Performance Dramaturgy and Aesthetics

pp. 46-78


An Activist Engaged in the Process of “Guilt to Responsibility”: Revisiting the Remains of Badal Sircar in Bangladesh

pp. 79-106

Three Relations between History and Stage in the Kunju Scene Slaying the Tiger General

pp. 107-135

Forgiving Thị Mầu, a Girl Who Dared to Defy: Performance Change and Chèo Theatre in Northern Vietnam

pp. 136-158

The Impossibility of Being Taiwanese in Chi Wei-jan’s Utopia Ltd.

pp. 159-189

The Popular Itinerant Theatre of Maharashtra, 1843–1880

pp. 190-227

Uses of the Sampur in the Halus (Refined) Style of Yogyakarta Court Dance

pp. 228-244

Pardeh Khani: A Dramatic Form of Storytelling in Iran

pp. 245-258

The Gaps between Us: Multilingualism and Immigration in Alfian Sa’at’s Cook a Pot of Curry

pp. 259-279

Decoding Kuo Pao Kun: A Close Reading of No Parking on Odd Days and The Coffin Is Too Big for the Hole

pp. 280-294


Chinese Shadow Puppetry’s Changing Apprentice System: Questions of Continuance and a Survey of Remaining Shadow Puppet Practitioners in Mainland China, 2008–2013

pp. 295-318

Performance Review

Lift: Love is Flower the dir. by Jeff Chen (review)

pp. 319-323

Film Review

On Wayang: My Life with Shadows dir. by Larry Reed and Gina Liebrecht (review)

pp. 324-326

Book Reviews

Performing Hybridity in Colonial-Modern China by Siyuan Liu (review)

pp. 327-330

Illicit Worlds of Indian Dance: Cultures of Exclusion by Anna Morcom (review)

pp. 330-333

Recollecting Resonances: Indonesian-Dutch Musical Encounters ed. by Bart Barendregt and Els Bogaerts (review)

pp. 333-335

Korean P’ansori Singing Tradition: Development, Authenticity, and Performance History by Yeonok Jang, and: Korean Musical Drama: P’ansori and the Making of Tradition in Modernity by Haekyung Um (review)

pp. 336-339

Captive Audiences/Captive Performers: Music and Theatre as Strategems for Survival on the Thai-Burma Railway 1942–1945 by Sears A. Eldredge (review)

pp. 339-342

Books Received

pp. 343-344

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