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Plate 1.

The bruised and bloodied Christ (Allen Madrigal) poses for photos on Good Friday after being beaten, crucified, and entombed in the Marinduque Moriones Festival. (Photo: William Peterson)


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Plate 2.

Larry Reed's Sidha Karya was performed in conjunction with Gamelan Sekar Jaya of San Francisco. (Photo: Courtesy of ShadowLight Productions)


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Plate 3.

The Worm that Squirmed (2002), a children's puppet play by Indigo Moon, featuring Anna Ingleby and Haviel Perdama. Puppets are from the Giri Harja 3 workshop in Bandung, West Java; the Klana figure (right) has been modified by Ingleby to make the malevolent worm. (Photo: Courtesy of Anna Ingleby and Indigo Moon)


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Plate 4.

Dilapidated hina dolls come to life for the play-within-the-play. Left to right: Sagawa Tetsuro, Kaga Mariko, Daimon Goro, Miyawaki Takuya, Matsu Takako, Sanada Hiroyuki, Sakaguchi Yoshisada, and others. (Photo: Jon M. Brokering)


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Plate 5.

The dead King (blur in center) tumbles down the steeply inclined stairs as courtiers climb up towards the usurping Fortinbras. Left to right: (above) Takei Shu, Sagawa Tetsuro, Hirano Minoru; (below) Kaga Mariko, Matsushige Yutaka, Sanada Hiroyuki, Yokota Eiji, and others. (Photo: Jon M. Brokering)


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Plate 6.

New Love in a Fallen City with actors Tony Leung Ka-fai and So Yuk-wa. (Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Repertory Theatre)

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ISSN
1527-2109
Print ISSN
0742-5457
Launched on MUSE
2007-09-26
Open Access
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