E-book reprinted and distributed in partnership with the Lontar Foundation.
Beginning in the mid-1960s, Indonesian theater implicated itself in national politics as a critique of prevailing social conditions. The plays in this volume, dating from 1965 to 1998, provide a window into a society in transition caught between the legacy of tradition, the challenge of repression and censorship, and a strong desire for democratization.
Price: USD 9.99
Author/Editor: Cobina Gillitt
Publisher: The Lontar Foundation