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The author has produced three new arja: Meeting in Tampaksiring (Katemu Ring Tampaksiring, 2004 ), King Adhipusengara (Prabu Adhipusengara, 2006 ), and Rape of Sukreni (Sukreni Gadis Bali , 2008 ). While keeping the essential elements of arja intact, each production shows significant aesthetic...
Abstract: Ali Nassirian (b. 1935), now a celebrity in Iranian cinema, was preoccupied, during the 1950s to the 1970s, with the idea of creating a theatre, and supplying it with a repertoire, which would be rooted in Iranian folklore and indigenous theatrical forms. His oeuvre includes thirteen...
Abstract: This article explores representations of the Japanese occupation of Indonesia in two examples of Japanese popular theatre. The first example is from a Takarazuka production that pre-dates the occupation by less than a year and thus aims to quell public anxieties about Japan’s impending...
Abstract: This essay enquires the link between the actor’s eyes, imagination, and the temporal experience of perception in performance. This enquiry is strongly grounded within the aesthetics and praxis of kudiyattam, which is the oldest of the Indian (Sanskrit) theatre forms. Here, the actor’s...
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