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

@inproceedings{Pauka201613AdaptationOS,
  title={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},
  author={Kirstin Pauka},
  year={2016}
}
In the last two decades cross-cultural exchanges between Asian and US theatre artists, multicultural productions, and workshops have become commonplace in the US and abroad. Along with this proliferation, questions about cross-cultural learning, about cross-cultural understandings and misunderstandings are continuously being raised and refined. How can one shape and guide the complex process of learning a foreign theatre genre? How do we translate language, customs, cultural values, musical… 
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