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Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 2 (1931-1945)
The plays of the 1930s era were known as “room dramas”—a genre better known for its literary than dramatic quality. It was in these pla ...

Mocoan Pacul Goang
Mocoan is an oral performance tradition from Banyuwangi, East Java. The term �mocoan� literally means reading folklore from unpunctuated Ar ...

Dalang Jemblung
Dalang Jemblung is a form of Javanese folk theater performed by one to six actors. One of the actors sings Javanese chants, while the others play the ...

Dul Muluk
Dul Muluk is a traditional theater of the Jambi region and Batanghari regency. It is a dying art. <br /> <br /> A typical Dul Muluk perfo ...

Mocoan Pacul Goang
This a short version of performance traditional Mocoan. Mocoan is an oral performance tradition from Banyuwangi, East Java. The term “mocoan” liter ...

Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 4 (1969-2000)
The establishment of Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM), the Jakarta Arts Center, in 1968 had a huge impact on the development of the arts in Indonesia. TIM o ...

Antologi Drama Indonesia, Jilid 3 (1946-1968)
In the first years that followed the Indonesian revolution, most plays written during that period focused on the revolution and the struggle for indep ...

The Lontar Anthology of Indonesian Drama. Vol. 3: New Directions (1965-1998)
As the New Order government became increasingly authoritarian, there was a clear shift in playwriting style from allegorical fairytales of wordplay, h ...