Wayang Wahyu as an Example of Christian Forms of Shadow Theatre

@article{Popawska2004WayangWA,
  title={Wayang Wahyu as an Example of Christian Forms of Shadow Theatre},
  author={M. Popławska},
  journal={Asian Theatre Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={194 - 202}
}
This essay discusses the creation ofwayang wahyu—a Catholic form of shadow theatre in central Java—and its relation to Church politics of inculturation. It presents a short history and an analysis of performance practice of this unique Christian theatre. 
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