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|Title:||Interpellation, ideology and identity: The case of Talaq|
|Citation:||Seet, K.K. (2002). Interpellation, ideology and identity: The case of Talaq. Theatre Research International 27 (2) : 153-163. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0307883302000238|
|Abstract:||The Singapore play, Talaq, was denied a public entertainment licence in October 2000 despite having been staged twice before, and its producer was arrested for trespassing when she refused to vacate the theatre in her bid to document the rehearsal process. The controversy, staged as a meta-drama by the print and broadcast media, reveals much about the cultural dynamics of Singapore's arts scene in respect of state subvention and artistic freedom, and the play itself raises questions about the performance of gender and ethnicity, as well as the political anatomy of the performing body. © International Federation for Theatre Research 2002.|
|Source Title:||Theatre Research International|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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