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Editor's Note

Editor's Note From the Editor It is with considerable regret that ATJ bids farewell to Susan Pertel Jain, who has served ably over the past several years as co-associate editor along with Diane Daugherty. Susan was always ready with an expert opinion on all submissions she was asked to review, but she was especially insightful and helpful with essays and translations dealing with Chinese theatre, her special field of interest. As her final ATJ contribution (for the moment only, we hope) before she moves off into her developing career as a producer of Asian-oriented performing arts, Susan has edited a symposium on recent productions of the Chinese classic Peony Pavilion. For it she has solicited brief articles by Judith Zeitlin, David Rolston, and Catherine Swatek, all of whom are making their debut in ATJ. Susan, thank you for helping to maintain ATJ 's world-renowned standards of excellence. May your path be strewn with peonies. ReplacingSusan as associate editor is one of ATJ 's oldest friends, Professor Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei of the University of California at Los Angeles. Carol, in fact, has provided the present issue with two reviews, one of a book of modern Japanese plays in translation, the other http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Theatre Journal University of Hawai'I Press

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From the Editor It is with considerable regret that ATJ bids farewell to Susan Pertel Jain, who has served ably over the past several years as co-associate editor along with Diane Daugherty. Susan was always ready with an expert opinion on all submissions she was asked to review, but she was especially insightful and helpful with essays and translations dealing with Chinese theatre, her special field of interest. As her final ATJ contribution (for the moment only, we hope) before she moves off into her developing career as a producer of Asian-oriented performing arts, Susan has edited a symposium on recent productions of the Chinese classic Peony Pavilion. For it she has solicited brief articles by Judith Zeitlin, David Rolston, and Catherine Swatek, all of whom are making their debut in ATJ. Susan, thank you for helping to maintain ATJ 's world-renowned standards of excellence. May your path be strewn with peonies. ReplacingSusan as associate editor is one of ATJ 's oldest friends, Professor Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei of the University of California at Los Angeles. Carol, in fact, has provided the present issue with two reviews, one of a book of modern Japanese plays in translation, the other

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Asian Theatre JournalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Mar 1, 2002

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