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Magic Mirror: The Musical (review)

Magic Mirror: The Musical (review) cultural memory so as to combine high cultures into a regional identity (Wee 2004: 792). REFERENCES Bharucha, Rustom. 2001. "Consumed in Singapore: The Intercultural Spectacle of Lear." Theatre 31, no. 1: 107­127. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/theater/v031/31 .1bharucha.html, accessed 12 December 2012. Chin Hui Wen. 2012. Interview: Ong Keng Sen for Dreaming Lear" I-S. http://is.asia-city .com/events/article/interview-ong-keng-sen-lear-dreaming, 17 May 2012, accessed 12 December 2012 Irmer, Thomas. 2000. "Theater der Welt in Berlin." PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 22, no. 2: 123­131. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3245897, accessed 12 December 2012. Lear Dreaming Program. 2012. Singapore Arts Festival 2012. "Ong Keng Sen." N.d. Shakespeare in Asia website. http://sia.stanford.edu/features/ong/bio. html, accessed 12 December 2012. Wee, C. J. W.-L. 2004. "Staging the Asian Modern: Cultural Fragments, the Singaporean Eunuch, and the Asian Lear." Critical Inquiry 30, no. 4: 771­799 http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/423772, accessed 12 December 2012. MAGIC MIRROR: THE MUSICAL. Music, lyrics, and musical direction by Chow Kam Leong. Produced by Guan Yin Foundation/Datin Tan Swee Lai. Directed by Yu Xiao-Xue. Panggung Sari, Istana Budaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 4 December 2011. The number of locally produced musical theatre performances in Malaysia has increased over the past ten years. In the early days, producers relied on existing Western models such as http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Theatre Journal University of Hawai'I Press

Magic Mirror: The Musical (review)

Asian Theatre Journal , Volume 30 (2) – Oct 14, 2013

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cultural memory so as to combine high cultures into a regional identity (Wee 2004: 792). REFERENCES Bharucha, Rustom. 2001. "Consumed in Singapore: The Intercultural Spectacle of Lear." Theatre 31, no. 1: 107­127. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/theater/v031/31 .1bharucha.html, accessed 12 December 2012. Chin Hui Wen. 2012. Interview: Ong Keng Sen for Dreaming Lear" I-S. http://is.asia-city .com/events/article/interview-ong-keng-sen-lear-dreaming, 17 May 2012, accessed 12 December 2012 Irmer, Thomas. 2000. "Theater der Welt in Berlin." PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 22, no. 2: 123­131. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3245897, accessed 12 December 2012. Lear Dreaming Program. 2012. Singapore Arts Festival 2012. "Ong Keng Sen." N.d. Shakespeare in Asia website. http://sia.stanford.edu/features/ong/bio. html, accessed 12 December 2012. Wee, C. J. W.-L. 2004. "Staging the Asian Modern: Cultural Fragments, the Singaporean Eunuch, and the Asian Lear." Critical Inquiry 30, no. 4: 771­799 http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/423772, accessed 12 December 2012. MAGIC MIRROR: THE MUSICAL. Music, lyrics, and musical direction by Chow Kam Leong. Produced by Guan Yin Foundation/Datin Tan Swee Lai. Directed by Yu Xiao-Xue. Panggung Sari, Istana Budaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 4 December 2011. The number of locally produced musical theatre performances in Malaysia has increased over the past ten years. In the early days, producers relied on existing Western models such as

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