Puro Arte: Filipinos on the Stages of Empire

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INDEX
A Beautiful Country (Yew), 68-70
A Dollar a Day, Ten Cents a Dance: A Historic Portrait of Filipino Farmworkers in America (Dunn and Schwartz), 68
A Trip to Coontown (Johnson, Johnson, and Cole), 40-41
Abad, Juan, 85, 157n.14
Abbate, Carolyn, 125
Afable, Patricia, 32-33, 148n.2
affect: in Miss Saigon, 109-110; Muñoz on national, 134. See also emotionality
African Americans: and Afro-Orientalism, 39; and black cultural nationalism, 83, 158n.19; and blackface, 149n.5; the black slave body as fungible, 30; participation in U.S. imperial imaginary, 42; the performing black body, 23-24, 43-44; The Shoo-Fly Regiment and Filipino/a representation or brownface, 23, 36-44; as soldiers in the U.S.- Philippine war, 41, 152n.34
Afro-Orientalism: Mullen’s concept of, 39; and The Shoo-Fly Regiment, 40-43
Agamben, Giorgio: state of exception, 76, 153n.6, 156n.2
Aguilos, Kalila, 100
Alajar, Gina, 100, 159n.25
Alegado, Dean, 93
Alegre, Dong, 126; and “Saigonistas,” 128, 130-131, 163n.27, 163n.28
Alleluia Panis Dance Theatre, 45, 70
Almedilla, Joanne, 131, 160n.6
American School of Sociology: and study of taxi dance halls, 56
An Evening Trip to the St. Louis Fair (Ward), 29-30
Angelo, Emily, 67
anti-colonial movement, 89. See also Ileto, Rey; Payson and Revolution
anti-Filipino sentiment: Filipino dancing body as archival embodiment of, 54, 73; and taxi dance halls, 56, 58-62; Watsonville riot (1930), 61-62, 153n.7
Anti-Martial Law Movement (AMLM), 84. See also Martial Law (The Philippines)
archival embodiment: the Filipino dancing body in taxi dance halls as, 54, 56, 63, 73; the Filipino/a performing body in Miss Saigon as, 109; Román’s concept of, 153n.8
Archive and the Repertoire, The (Taylor), 7
Arrizón, Alicía, 45, 148n.1, 152n.41
Asian American Studies, 5-6
Asian American theater, 6
Aspillera, Paraluman, 18
Atlantis Productions, 99; staging of Dogeaters, 100
Badger, Reid, 43, 151n.25
Balce, Nerissa, 41, 149n.8
Balme, Christopher, 15
Baluyut, Pearlie, 81, 156n.5
Barredo, Maya, 136-137
Barrios, Joi, 116-117
Barrows, David, 65-66
Bayang Makulay Foundation, 116
Bello, Madge, 84-85
Bello, Walden, 77
Benson, Sally, 25, 149n.6

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction - Putting on a Show 1
  • 1 - "Which Way to the Philippines?"- United Stages of Empire 21
  • 2 - "Splendid Dancing"- Of Filipinos and Taxi Dance Halls 49
  • 3 - Coup de Théâtre- The Drama of Martial Law 75
  • 4 - "How in the Light of One Night Did We Come So Far?"- Working Miss Saigon 107
  • Coda- Culture Shack 139
  • Notes 147
  • Bibliography 167
  • Index 185
  • About the Author 192
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