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Histoire du Théâtre Classique Japonais by Jean-Jacques Tschudin (review)

Histoire du Théâtre Classique Japonais by Jean-Jacques Tschudin (review) history of appropriations and reinforcing of stereotypes that have occurred in many of the productions designed to attract new audiences within the mainstream, each making use of particular funding opportunities and cultural fashion" (p. 169). Daboo calls on the center to allow itself to be physically and ideologically shifted. Rather than packaging individual productions that may for a short window lure a South Asian audience or provide some acting jobs for artists of color, he calls for deep change--an othering of the mainstream. This is an interesting series of essays and would be of interest to those looking at changes and adaptations made by second-generation South Indians operating in other Anglophone contexts (Canada, Australia, and the United States). Kathy Foley University of California, Santa Cruz HISTOIRE DU THÉÂTRE CLASSIQUE JAPONAIS. By Jean-Jacques Tschudin. Toulouse: Anacharsis Editions, 2011. 506 pp. $35.00. Jean-Jacques Tschudin is the author of books on Japanese popular culture, theatre, and literature. An emeritus professor at the University of Paris­Diderot, he has also translated a number of modern Japanese novels. Histoire du Théâtre Classique Japonais is a significant addition to the books that cover the history from its beginnings to the present. Tschudin writes at a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Theatre Journal University of Hawai'I Press

Histoire du Théâtre Classique Japonais by Jean-Jacques Tschudin (review)

Asian Theatre Journal , Volume 30 (1) – Jun 6, 2013

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history of appropriations and reinforcing of stereotypes that have occurred in many of the productions designed to attract new audiences within the mainstream, each making use of particular funding opportunities and cultural fashion" (p. 169). Daboo calls on the center to allow itself to be physically and ideologically shifted. Rather than packaging individual productions that may for a short window lure a South Asian audience or provide some acting jobs for artists of color, he calls for deep change--an othering of the mainstream. This is an interesting series of essays and would be of interest to those looking at changes and adaptations made by second-generation South Indians operating in other Anglophone contexts (Canada, Australia, and the United States). Kathy Foley University of California, Santa Cruz HISTOIRE DU THÉÂTRE CLASSIQUE JAPONAIS. By Jean-Jacques Tschudin. Toulouse: Anacharsis Editions, 2011. 506 pp. $35.00. Jean-Jacques Tschudin is the author of books on Japanese popular culture, theatre, and literature. An emeritus professor at the University of Paris­Diderot, he has also translated a number of modern Japanese novels. Histoire du Théâtre Classique Japonais is a significant addition to the books that cover the history from its beginnings to the present. Tschudin writes at a

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Asian Theatre JournalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jun 6, 2013

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