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Theater and martial arts in West Sumatra : Randai and silek of the Minangkabau
Randai, the popular folk theater tradition of the Minangkabau ethnic group in West Sumatra, has evolved to include influences of martial arts, storytelling, and folk songs. Theater and Martial Arts
13Adaptation of Silek and Randai for Performer Training in the USA: A Case Study of the Asian Theater Program at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
The Asian Theatre Program at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa (UHM) has a long history of hosting distinguished Asian performing artists for lengthy residencies during which theatre, dance, and music students learn a specific Asian dance-drama genre in intensive 6–12 month training programmes.
Randai : folk theater, dance, and martial arts of West Sumatra
This CD-ROM showcases the Randai theater of the Minangkabau ethnic group of West Sumatra, Indonesia. A vibrant and exciting composite theater form, Randai incorporates storytelling, dance, music, and
A Flower of Martial Arts: The Randai Folk Theatre of the Minangkabau in West Sumatra
A little-known form of West Sumatran folk theatre, randai, is given a concise description here covering its origins, troupe composition, and performative techniques. Of special concern to the author
Umbuik Mudo and the Magic Flute: A Randai Dance-Drama
This first English-language publication of arandai play from West Sumatra is based on the script prepared for a student production staged in 2001 at the University of Hawai'i, Manoa, by one of the
backgrounds and with different levels of familiarity with Indonesia's political and theatrical history.
In Ibsen and the Irish Revival, Irina Ruppo Malone skillfully explores Ireland's problematic relationship with Ibsen, "challeng(ing) the commonly held view that the Irish Revival was rooted in the