Vietnamese Water Puppetry: The Practical Development of the Structure and Form

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Title
Vietnamese Water Puppetry: The Practical Development of the Structure and Form
Author
Amanda Vander Hyde
Faculty Sponsor
Scott Grim
Gavin Keulks
Date
6/1/2018
Abstract
My senior honors project is building a water puppet myself using traditional methods. These methods refer to Vietnam’s history — specifically how and why this form, particularly the structure, was created and has been preserved in such a way. I will need to examine the theatre practice of Water Puppetry in Vietnam, looking at the structure of these puppets and how that structure has been developed from the Vietnamese people’s way of living — whether religious, political, or practical — and use that to inform my design.
Type
Text
Honors Thesis
Department
Honors Program
Language
eng
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Identifier
honors_theses/155
keywords
water puppet, Vietnam, water puppetry, puppetry, history