Asian Theatre Journal, Vol. 36, No. 1 (2019)

An image from Red Poem, featured in Jae Kyoung Kim’s “2017 Black Tent Theatre Project in Gwangwamun Square: Staging Tragic Memory and Building Solidarity through Public Theatre,” this issue.

In addition to performance and book reviews, the spring issue of Asian Theatre Journal includes articles on ritual and religious theatre, contemporary theatre and the state, and the performance of identity.

Ras and Affect in Ramlila (and the Radheshyam Ramayan)
By Pamela Lothspeich

Rescuing Mulian’s Mother in the Xi Era: Reviving Ritual Xiqu in Contemporary Fujian
By Josh Stenberg

Desiring Spectacular Discipline: Aspiration, Fraternal Anxiety, and the Allure of Restraint in ‘s Dōjōji
By Reginald Jackson

Chinese Entertainment Industry, the Case of Folk Errenzhuan
By Haili Ma

Theatre on the Move: Sakurai Daizhou’s Tent Theatre in East Asia
By I-Yi Hsieh

2017 Black Tent Theatre Project in Gwanghwamun Square: Staging Tragic Memory and Building Solidarity through Public Theatre
By Jae Kyoung Kim

Mystic Lear and Playful Hamlet: The Critical Cultural Dramaturgy in the Iranian Appropriations of Shakespearean Tragedies
By Amin Azimi and Marjan Moosavi

Uncle Tom’s Cabin in China: Ouyang Yuqian’s Regret of a Black Slave and the Tactics of Impersonating Race, Gender, and Class
By Megan Ammirati

Trapping the Heron: The Curious Case of Sagi School Kyōgen
By Alex Rogals

Local Community Ritual Theatre in Guangxi, South China
By Jian Xie

Masks and Costumes of Purulia Chhau
By Deepsikha Chatterjee

 

Asian Theatre Journal 36-1 cover
Asian Theatre Journal, Vol. 36, No. 1 (2019)

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