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Komedie Stamboel

popular theater in colonial Indonesia, 1891-1903

by Matthew Isaac Cohen

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Published by Ohio University Center for International Studies in Athens, Ohio .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Surabaya.
    • Subjects:
    • Komedie Stamboel (Theater company) -- History.,
    • Komedi stambul -- Indonesia -- Surabaya.,
    • Indonesian drama (Comedy) -- History and criticism.,
    • Theater and society -- Indonesia -- History -- 19th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPopular theater in colonial Indonesia, 1891-1903
      StatementMatthew Isaac Cohen.
      SeriesOhio University research in international studies. Southeast Asia series ;, no. 112, Research in international studies., no. 112.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN2904.5.K66 C64 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3413873M
      ISBN 100896802469
      LC Control Number2005030022

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The Komedie Stamboel explores how this new hybrid theater pointed toward possibilities for the transformation of self in a colonial society and sparked debates on moral behavior and mixed-race politics. While audiences marveled at spectacles involving white-skinned actors, there were also racial frictions between actors and financiers, sexual Format: Paperback.

Originating in in the port city of Surabaya, the Komedie Stamboel, or Istanbul-style theater, toured colonial Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia by rail and steamship. The company performed musical versions of the Arabian Nights and European fairy tales and operas such as Sleeping Beauty and Aida, as well as Indian and Persian romances.

Winner of the Benda Prize Originating in in the port city of Surabaya, the Komedie Stamboel, or Istanbul-style theater, toured colonial Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia by rail and steamship. The company performed musical versions of the Arabian Nights, European fairy tales and operas such as Sleeping Beauty and Aida, as well as Indian and Persian romances, Southeast Asian.

Books By Matthew Isaac Cohen All Komedie Stamboel book Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theater in Colonial Indonesia, – (Ohio RIS Southeast Asia Series) by Matthew Isaac Cohen Paperback.

$ $ 34 Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Komedie Stamboel served as an amusement and distraction from the drudgery of urban life. The Komedie Stamboel book The Komedie Stamboel explores how this new hybrid theater had such a great influence on the social and cultural life of the colonial East Indies to the point of even sparking debates on moral behavior and mixed-race politics.

With this book, Cohen has produced nothing less than the definitive work on the Komedie Stamboel, a neglected and more often than not glossed over yet key moment in Indonesian cultural history.

Get this from a library. The Komedie Stamboel: popular theater in colonial Indonesia, [Matthew Isaac Cohen] -- "Originating in in the port city of Surabaya, the Komedie Stamboel, or Istanbul-style theater, toured colonial Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia by rail and steamship.

The company performed. This rich history, this thick description, of the Komedie Stamboel is rounded out with an appendix of plays and tableaux, extensive notes, a glossary of Indonesian terms and words used in the book, and a selected bibliography of newspapers and books.

All in all, The Komedie Stamboel represents an impressive achievement of careful and exhaustive. PDF | On Apr 1,Matthew Isaac Cohen and others published On the origin of the Komedie Stamboel.

Popular culture, colonial society, and the Parsi theatre movement | Find, read and cite all. Komedie Stamboel adalah teater hibrida di zaman kolonial yang dengan kompleks menggabungkan beragam teater, kesusastraan dan estetika Eropa dan Asia.

Sebagai satu genre pertunjukan populer di Indonesia, asal muasalnya dapat ditelusuri dari pendirian satu kelompok teater dengan nama yang sama di tahun di Surabaya, dengan aktor Indo (Euroasia) yang didanai. TY - BOOK. T1 - The Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theater in Colonial Indonesia, AU - Cohen, Matthew.

N1 - Winner of the Harry J. Benda Prize from the Association for Asian Studies. Praise For The Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theater in Colonial Indonesia, – (Ohio RIS Southeast Asia Series #) "This book makes an important contribution to the literature both on Indonesian theater and on the cultural history of the Netherlands Indies around the turn of the twentieth century.

Komedie Stamboel of de Oost-Indische opera Perhiasan Betawi tempo doeloe / [team penyusun, Halimah Azis, Hamidah Thamsir, Maharani Kemal Mustafa] The Komedie Stamboel: popular theater in colonial Indonesia, / Matthew Isaac Cohen. Cohen, Matthew Isaac, The Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theater in Colonial Indonesia, – (Athens: Ohio University Press, ).

Colombijn, Freek, ‘ The politics of Indonesian football ’, Archipel 59 (), –Author: Adrian Vickers. Tempo Doeloe means "olden time".Komedie Stamboel was an Indo touring comedy company that performed folk entertainment, which was very popular between andespecially in East Java.

It performed tales from One Thousand and One Nights, European folk tales, and local folk tales, such as Ali Baba, Cinderella, and Si toured by railway and ship to Malaysia and all over al origins: 16th century Indonesia. "Originating in in the port city of Surabaya, the Komedie Stamboel, or Istanbul-style theater, toured colonial Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia by rail and steamship.

The company performed musical versions of the Arabian Nights and European fairy tales and operas such as Sleeping Beauty and Aida, as well as Indian and Persian romances, Southeast Asian chronicles, true crime stories, and.

The Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theater in Colonial Indonesia, – by Matthew Isaac Cohen may cover only a few years in Indonesia's theatre history, but those dozen years represent a crucial period that helped lay the foundation for a modern Indonesian nation that continues to be reflected today in contemporary Indonesian theatre and film.

Cohen details his subject exhaustively and. Komedie Stamboel by Crisselda, Gamboesan (a kind of music using mostly Gambus musical instruments with eastern nuances) by P.I.G accompanied by Strijksorkest (String Orchestra) of De Zwarte Vogel, and a demonstration of Kris and toembak (spear) making by R.M.

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Originating in in the port city of Surabaya, the Komedie Stamboel, or Istanbul-style theater, toured colonial Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia by rail and steamship. Tjalie Robinson is the main alias of the Indo intellectual and writer Jan Boon (born Nijmegen, 10 January ; died The Hague, 22 April ) also known as Vincent father Cornelis Boon, a Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (KNIL) sergeant, was Dutch and his Indo-European mother Fela Robinson was part Scottish and Javanese.

He is considered to be the author of unique Indo : Jan Johannes Theodorus Boon, Janu. On the origin of the Komedie Stamboel. Popular culture, colonial society, and the Parsi theatre movement in Bijdragen tot de taal- land- en volkenkunde / Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast AsiaCited by: A pioneering study of nineteenth-century Southeast Asian popular culture, The Komedie Stamboel gives a new picture of the region's arts and culture and explores the interplay of currents in global culture, theatrical innovation, and movement in colonial THE AUTHORMatthew Isaac Cohen is senior lecturer in Drama and Theatre Author: Rohayati Paseng.

Matthew Cohen: The Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theatre in Colonial Indonesia, (Center for International Studies, Ohio University, ) Matthew Cohen’s book traces the life of the pioneering Eurasian theatre actor and director Auguste Mahieu and the history of his Komedie Stamboel theatre between and Based on extensive.

Matthew Cohen’s book traces the life of the pioneering Eurasian theatre actor and director Auguste Mahieu and the history of his Komedie Stamboel theatre between and Based on extensive research of old newspapers and other archival sources Cohen brings the adventures of the theatre and its performances back to life.

There is an excellent book by Matthew Isaac Cohen that gives an extremely detailed account of the origin of Komedie Stamboel. But by the mids, when Miss Riboet began recording, komedie stamboel had already given way to the Malay theatrical form called bangsawan, and eventually tooneel, a more realistic form.

In this book, I only refer briefly to wayang flourished at the beginning of the 20th century like komedie stamboel, kethoprak and ludrug. Parsi theatre had its roots in the s Parsi community of Bombay. It was The development of the Javanese script.

The development of the Javanese script In). popular Jakarta-based theatre company Teater Koma, legitimizes the legacy of Komedie Stamboel by incorporating colonial-style theatrical conventions into his productions and by staging plays about popular theatre in the early twentieth century.

While this chapter adds some interesting additional views on stambul 's legacy, it is not written with the same amount of detail as the previous.

MATTHEW ISAAC COHEN lectures in theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. He holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Yale University and performs as a wayang kulit puppeteer.

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MATTHEW ISAAC COHEN lectures in theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. He holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Yale University and performs as a wayang kulit puppeteer. His book, The Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theater in Colonial Indonesia,won the Benda Prize from the Association for Asian : Palgrave Macmillan UK.

26 Matthew Isaac Cohen, The Komedie Stamboel: Popular theatre in colonial Indonesia, – (Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, ), p. 27 Hazeu, Bijdrage tot de kennis van het javaansche tooneel, pp. 92– by: 1. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Matthew Isaac Cohen books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Tjalie Robinson is the main alias of the Indo (Eurasian) intellectual and writer Jan Boon (born Nijmegen, 10 January ; died The Hague, 22 April ) also known as Vincent father Cornelis Boon, a Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (KNIL) sergeant, was Dutch and his Indo-European mother Fela Robinson was part Scottish and Javanese.

He is considered to be the author of unique. (26) Matthew Isaac Cohen, The Komedie Stamboel: Popular theatre in colonial Indonesia, (Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, ), p. (27) Hazeu, Bijdrage tot de kennis van het javaansche tooneel, pp.

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The Komedie Stamboel: Popular Theater in Colonial Indonesia, – (Ohio University Research in International Studies, Southeast Asia Series, number ).

Meski demikian, cita rasa Mahieu tak ditinggalkan, yaitu penampilan dansa tango, kabaret, tablo, waltz, polka, dengan kostum ala bangsawan, pangeran, ratu, putri, pokoknya yang berbau barat. Itu sebabnya Komedie Stamboel dan ikutannya disebut Komedie Bangsawan. Demikianlah tontonan tersebut menghibur banyak hati wong cilik di masa itu, abad Komedie Stamboel’s Chinese management and its Indo performers, including ac - cusations of sexual abuse, meant a rocky start for the fledgling company, with frequent turnover of personnel.

But the Komedie Stamboel was avidly supported from the start by the city’s Dutch- and Malay- language newspapers, which some -Cited by: