Recently a spate of strikingly different productions brought a Chinese classic, The Peony Pavilion, to international attention. Struck by this phenomenon, the editor of ATJ asked its outgoing associate editor, Susan Pertel Jain, a Chinese theatre specialist who had worked on one of the productions, to gather comments on them from various scholars. The result is the following series of brief essays by Judith T. Zeitlin, David Rolston, and Catherine Swatek.
Asian Theatre Journal – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Mar 1, 2002