In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

  • Color Insert

Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 1.

Female dancers at the 2007 competition hosted by Saint Louis University in Baguio with the iconic stacked pots associated with the Kalinga Province on their heads. In this, as in many presentations, finding a balance between telling a story through dance and presenting folkloric dance proved difficult. (Photo: William Peterson)


Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 2.

Young men waiting for the street dancing awards to be announced at the 2007 Grand Cordillera Festival. For many of the young men and women participating in these competitions, dance provides opportunities to travel that would otherwise be unavailable to them. (Photo: William Peterson)


Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 3.

Armand Sta. Ana's direction of Walang Sugat (Unwounded) performed by the Barasoain Kalinangan Foundation. (Photo: Gari Buenavista)


Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 4.

Dulaang University of the Philippines ensemble in Ang Kiri (The Flirt) under Dexter Santos's direction closes the festival. (Photo: UP Diliman UP-date)


Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 5.

Siping marionettes found near Pingnan, Fujian, belong to manipulator Lu Shaocan and singer Lu Shaokuan. (Photo: Bradford Clark)


Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 6.

Chen Deyao's troupe presented a Mulian ritual performance near Putian in Fujian Province. In the story when the hero Mulian reaches hell to save his mother, members of the sponsoring family knelt before the stage and beseeched atonement for the sins of their own ancestors. (Photo: Bradford Clark)


Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 7.

Patravadi Meudhon as the avenging queen flanked by the two princesses; Puen Kaew (Potjana Phattong, left) and Pang Thong (Maneerat Ratanang, right). (Photo: Courtesy of Patravadi Theatre)


Click for larger view
View full resolution
Plate 8.

Krit Chaisinboon as Phra Lor between the two princesses; Maneerat Ratanang as Pang Thong (left), Potjana Phattong as Puen Kaew (right). (Photo: Courtesy of Patravadi Theatre)

...

pdf

Additional Information

ISSN
1527-2109
Print ISSN
0742-5457
Pages
pp. Color Insert 1-4
Launched on MUSE
2011-01-26
Open Access
No
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.