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  • Author:
    Samuel Leiter
  • ISBN:
    0313335303
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    978-0313335303
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    Greenwood (December 30, 2006)
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    512 pages
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Encyclopedia of Asian Theatre: A-N. Samuel L. Leiter. This book is a detailed and authoritative survey of traditional and contemporary Asian theatre.

Encyclopedia of Asian Theatre: A-N. From puppets to living players and musical speech to colloquial prose, Asian theatre is a rich world of contrasting expressions. While it has thrived for centuries and embodies the folk traditions of the Asian people, it also reflects contemporary concerns and innovative theatrical practices. The Encyclopedia includes hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries written by more than 90 expert contributors.

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Start by marking Encyclopedia of Asian Theatre as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Entries on the most important topics cite works for further reading, and the Encyclopedia closes with an extensive bibliography. Social studies students will appreciate its glimpses of Asian culture, while literature and drama students will value its exploration of the Asian theatrical tradition.

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For both the theater novice as well as the already international expert, Leiter and his extensive posse of highly qualified theater professionals provide quickly digestible capsules arranged in easy-to-find alphabetical entries. A History of Asian American Theatre by Esther Kim Lee.

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List of Books Received as of 1 December 2016. Theatre Survey, Vol. 58, Issue. A History of Japanese Theatre is a considerable achievement. It offers key examples and discussions of representative works that expand our understanding and will be helpful in teaching. I especially enjoy the diversity of approaches that offer a way to think about history in the plural. Peter Eckersall Source: Asian Theatre Journal.

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The basic taxonomy is comprised of four general subject types: country/region, biography (the largest number of entries), theatrical genres/forms and general topics, from actors and acting to women in Asian theatre. (from preface)