Marlenny Deenerwan

Marlenny Deenerwan
University of Malaya | UM · Drama Department

Phd in Theatre Performance Monash University Australia

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Introduction
Marlenny Deenerwan currently works at the Drama Department, University of Malaya. Marlenny does research in Malaysian and Southeast Asian Theatre Performance, focusing on ritual, traditional and modern studies. Her most recent publication is 'Semarak Bangsawan: The Invigoration Project in Malaysia' published in Asian Theatre Journal 2017.

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Child sexual abuse is a cross-cultural issue that can be found in all social institutions. There is increasing awareness of how this issue affects children in Malaysia. Issues pertaining to child sexual abuse can be addressed if children are empowered with preventive skills to avoid becoming victims of sexual crimes. In this paper, I examine how cr...
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Since its golden era in the Malay States in the 1920s, the Bangsawan art form was categorized as an urban theatre, due to the rapid urbanization in the cities the art form has been performed. This is a rarely discussed issue as the existing research focuses more on the elements of performing arts contained in Bangsawan art form. This research aims...
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Bangsawan is an important Malaysian popular theatre that flourished until the rise of television and film. The genre was chosen for revival efforts by the government culture officials and this article evaluates the history, successes, and missed opportunities of the project.

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To establish performing arts method in Malaysian educational syllabus as alternative for teaching and learning activities. We are currently developing this project with one primary school in Sabah rural area since 2017. This project expected to be completed in 2019.