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South-East Asian Plays

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Description for South-East Asian Plays Paperback. A unique collection of plays by accomplished playwrights from several countries in South-East Asia. Includes plays by Alfian Saat, Jean Tay, Tew Bunnag, Ann Lee, Floy Quintas. Editor(s): Mellor, Aubrey; Robson, Cheryl. Num Pages: 300 pages. BIC Classification: 1FM; DD. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 150 x 210 x 36. Weight in Grams: 408.
A collection of plays by eight playwrights, both new and established, from seven countries in Southeast Asia, a region which is experiencing profound change: Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Cambodia. Southeast Asian Plays provides a fresh and unique snapshot of the rich variety of performance work that in many cases is only beginning to be written down. Though now in English, there is little in common in these eight plays from seven very different nations in a region connected mainly by geography. Until the founding of ASEAN, in 1967, Southeast Asia (SEA) was known to the world ... Read more

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Cheryl Robson has worked for the BBC and as a film lecturer. She founded the Virginia Prize for Fiction in 2009 in the UK. She is an award-winning playwright who has received Arts Council UK commission and option awards and had several plays produced. She ran a theatre company for several years in London, UK, developing and producing international plays ... Read more

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