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Marionette Theatre in Quanzhou (Sinica Leidensia) (Sinica Leidensia)

by Robin Ruizendaal

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Puppetry, miniature & toy theatre,
  • c 1990 to c 2000,
  • Sociology,
  • Puppet theater,
  • Social Science,
  • China,
  • General,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Quanzhou Shi

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9085562M
    ISBN 109004151044
    ISBN 109789004151048

    Book Review of Marionette Theatre in Quanzhou by Robin Ruizendaal ( pp., Leiden and Boston: Brill, ). Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 70/2, , Book Review of Chinese-English Dictionary of Enigmatic Folk Similies by John Rohsenow. Chinese Oral and Performing Literatures Papers, No, , ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: color illustrations, map ; 24 cm. Contents: The Art of Manora: An Ancient Tale of Feminine Power --Preserved in South-East Asian Theatre --Story and History, The Tale and the Occult, The Two Princesses --Magic and Power, Dance and Kingship, Two Historical --'Birdwoman' Figures, .

      This article examines wayang potehi, a cloth glove puppet theatre of southern Fujian origin performed on outlines the genre's emergence in Fujian, its arrival in the archipelago, and historical and contemporary practice. This article seeks to respect potehi's Hokkien roots, Indonesian practice, and the place of its genre in a dynamic regional history as Cited by: 1. In a work entitled The Origins of the Chinese Puppet Theatre, the author –Sun Kai-ti- when speaking of the first historical documents which contain references to the existence of the puppet theatre in China, begins his enumeration of these with The Book of Music.

    Coast To Coast Tickets LLC provides an online ticket marketplace offering premium event tickets for sale on the secondary market. Prices reflected on this site are determined by the buyers and sellers and may be substantially higher than the face value printed on the ticket.   The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents Robin Ruizendaal, speaking about the development of puppet theatre in Taiwan from the stage performance to the television screen and its role as a symbol of a distinct Taiwanese identity.


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Brill, x, pp. Hardcover $, Isbn ; Isbn 90­04­­4. This is a very large and intensively researched book. It is not about Chinese theatre as a whole, but about one branch of puppet theatre in one particular part of one of China's. From the 's to the author followed four marionette theatre companies in the Quanzhou area.

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Marionette theatre is a string puppet theatre, and has for many centuries been especially noted in Quanzhou, southern Fujian Province. In common with other Chinese drama genres, it is based in song. The music of the marionette theatre of Quanzhou has many elements in common with the regions local the.

From the 's to the author followed four marionette theatre companies in the Quanzhou area. Based on this unique fieldwork the author describes both the theatrical and social context of the marionette theatre. He shows it as a complex entity in which elements of religion, ritual, language, history and social structure all come : Robin Ruizendaal.

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At last, after over a year’s work, my book is available to buy. In he became the first non-Chinese person to train in making and performing in China at the amazing Quanzhou Puppet Theatre. He is director/founder of Devon-based puppet troupe PuppetCraft. With Ken I attended a nocturnal ritual in a Quanzhou temple, with marionettes (on which, note Robin Ruizendaal’s wonderful book Marionette theatre in Quanzhou—with rare coverage of the fortunes of such groups under Maoism).

A marionette is a puppet controlled from above using wires or strings depending on regional variations. A marionette's puppeteer is called a marionettist. Marionettes are operated with the puppeteer hidden or revealed to an audience by using a vertical or horizontal control bar in different forms of theatres or entertainment venues.

marionette theatre tradition of the Quanzhou région of Fujian and its legacy in Tainan Gaoxing région of Taiwan.

Ruizendaal de scribes the structure and the texts of the ritual prelude, the exorcistic dance by the patron saint, the invocation of the deities, and the présentation of the Memorial. The author also.

Quanzhou Marionette Troupe maintains more than traditional puppet shows and a unique type of opera music named Puppet Tunes consisting of more than tunes. It has also formulated a series of splendid marionette string-pulling skills, as well as unique techniques for puppet head carving, puppet sculpting and puppet image sculpting.

Asian Theatre Journal is dedicated to the performing arts of Asia, focusing upon both traditional and modern theatrical forms.

It aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge throughout the international theatrical community for the mutual benefit of all interested scholars and artists. Marionettes are string-operated puppets. It is an ancient and universal form of performing art which still evolves slowly today.

From the engineering perspective, the marionette is a wire- (or. Robin Erik Ruizendaal is the director of the Lin Liu-Hsin Puppet Theatre Museum and artistic director of the Taiyuan Puppet Theatre Company in Taipei, Taiwan. He holds a Ph.D.

in Sinology from Leiden University in the Netherlands. 5 Book Review of Marionette Theatre in Quanzhou by Robin Ruizendaal ( pp., Leiden and Boston: Brill, ). Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 70/2,Book Review of Chinese-English Dictionary of Enigmatic Folk Similies by John Rohsenow.

Chinese Oral and Performing Literatures Papers, No. Brill's renowned book series Sinica Leidensia, founded in and edited by an international board of sinologists, has over the decades steadily and reliably furthered knowledge on traditional, and therewith contemporary China.

Marionette Theatre in Quanzhou Robin Ruizendaal / Brill Academic Publishers / / USD (少于The Carters are known in the United States for their mastery and preservation of the traditional Sicilian marionette theatre, Opera dei Teatro Hugo & Ines, Huang Yique of Quanzhou Marionette Troupe, Yaya Coulibaly with Eventually, Alan Cook’s extensive book collection would also reside at the Center.

(See United States of.Quanzhou (Fujian) marionettes under Master Huang Yique of the [Quanzhou Marionette Troupe] ([Quanzhoushi Muou Jutuan]), founded inare about metre in height and have 16 to 32 strings, based on the complexity of movements needed.

Strings were traditionally 1 metre in length, but now may be metres.