restricted access   Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2018

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. v-vi
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Articles

Shank's Mare: A Transcultural Journey of Puppetry Creation and Performance

pp. 1-26
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Intercultural Theatre and Community in Southeast Asia: The ASEAN Puppet Exchange in Jakarta

pp. 27-52
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The Heritage of Wang Piying Troupe: Shadow Puppetry in North Sichuan

pp. 53-69
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Tradition and Post-Tradition: Four Contemporary Indian Puppeteers

pp. 70-84
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Ancestral Deliverance and Puppet Performance: Mulian Rescues his Mother and Bima Goes to Heaven

pp. 85-98
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Reviving Wayang Orang Sriwedari in Surakarta: Tourism-Oriented Performance

pp. 100-111
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"Come, You Spirits": An Alternative Afterlife to Shakespeare's Macbeth and Othello, as Mediated through Japanese Classical and Kyōgen Theatre

pp. 112-132
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Reports

Conflicted Loyalties in "English Kabuki": Portland's English Kabuki Revenge of the 47 Samurai (Kanadehon Chūshingura)

pp. 133-153
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Semarak Bangsawan: The Invigoration Project in Malaysia

pp. 154-173
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The Palo-Palo in Batanes, Philippines: From Colonial Legacy to Performance of Solidarity

pp. 174-191
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Performance Reviews

Sutra dir. by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (review)

pp. 192-199
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The Water Station by Ōta Shōgo (review)

pp. 199-204
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Blue Moon Over Memphis by Deborah Brevoort (review)

pp. 204-210
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Night on the Milky Way Train dir. by Nouso Masao (review)

pp. 211-215
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Exhibit Reviews

Malay Theatre: Intangible Cultural Heritage and Islam: Wayang Kulit Kelantan and Mak Yong by Kathy Foley and Patricia Hardwick, and: Tradition in Transition: Intangible Heritage in South and Southeast Asia (review)

pp. 216-221
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Chinese Dance: National Movements in a Revolutionary Age, 1945–1965 by Emily Wilcox and Liangyu Fu (review)

pp. 222-226
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Chinese Dance—In the Vast Land and Beyond by Shih-Ming Li Chang and Lynn E. Frederiksen (review)

pp. 227-229
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Book Reviews

China

Marionette Plays From Northern China by Fan Pen Li Chen (review)

pp. 229-232
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Staging Chinese Revolution: Theater, Film, and The Afterlives of Propaganda by Xiaomei Chen (review)

pp. 233-237
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Dunhuang Performing Arts: The Construction and Transmission Of "China-Scape" in the Global Context) by Lanlan Kuang (review)

pp. 237-240
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1616: Shakespeare and Tang Xianzu's China eds. by Tian Yuan Tan, Paul Edmondson, and Shih-pe Wang (review)

pp. 241-243
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Himalaya

Le Théâtre Ache Lhamo, Jeux et Enjeux D'Une Tradition Tibétaine by Isabelle Henrion-Dourcy (review)

pp. 244-247
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India and South Asia

So Near, Yet So Far: Badal Sircar's Third Theatre by Manujendra Kundu (review)

pp. 248-249
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Islam in Performance: Contemporary Plays From South Asia ed. by Ashis Sengupta (review)

pp. 250-253
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Indonesia

The Encoded Cirebon Mask: Materiality, Flow, and Meaning Along Java's Islamic Northwest Coast by Laurie Margot Ross (review)

pp. 253-257
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Japan

Tsubouchi Shōyō's Shinkyoku Urashima and the Wagnerian Moment in Meiji Japan by Daniel Gallimore (review)

pp. 258-260
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Propaganda Performed: Kamishibai in Japan's Fifteen-Year War by Sharalyn Orbaugh (review)

pp. 261-263
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Learning to Kneel: Noh, Modernism, and Journeys in Teaching by Carrie J. Preston (review)

pp. 263-267
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A History of Japanese Theatre ed. by Jonah Salz (review)

pp. 267-270
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China Reinterpreted: Staging the Other in Muromachi Noh Theatre by Leo Shingchi Yip (review)

pp. 270-272
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Errata

p. vi
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