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Abstract

This research aims at studying the adaptation of local art

and folklore performance: A case study of Isan Shadow show


of Prakas Sammakkee Team, Roi-et Province, with the

following purposes; (1) studying the emergence, sustenance, and


development of Prakas Sammakkee Teams Isan Shadow show

from its history to the present; (2) examining factor affecting

their changes and adaptation of the Teams show and (3)

being in search for continuing this local wisdom with Isan


Shadow show of Prakas Sammakkee Team as a case study.

It was found that; (1) The emergence of Isan Shadow show


of Prakas Sammakkee Team was caused by the demise of

another shadow show called Isan Shadow show of Nong Doo


Village in Dong Thani sub-district, Watcha Buri district of

Roi-et Province, which had been in the business before the

former team. As a result, Mr. Prakash Kinaseng, the teams


former member, finally joined Isarn Shadow Show of Tae
Village. Elected as the teams head, he and his members

renamed it Isan Shadow show of Prakas Sammakkee Team.

After the death of Mr. Prakash Kinaseng, it was considered


a transition of the team. Recently, it was headed by Mr.
Samorn Pleesak; (2) There were also factors affecting

changes and adaption namely; (2.1) factors caused by

fundamental facilities; such as the audio equipment system

and modern musical instruments for performance; (2.2) The


popularity of a performance changed from one era to

another, like the emergence of the Mor Lam performance

forcing the Isarn Shadow to apply some music in to catch the


audiences attention; (2.3) Regarding the performers way of
living, as their payment kept increasing, along with the

invitation for academic presentation, the shadow show was


chosen as a career and agriculture, once treated as a main

profession, became of second importance; (3) finding a way


to continue Isarn Shadow as a local wisdom. It was found
that (3.1) promoting local wisdom by teaching the

performance for village teenagers; (3.2) applying and

adopting other local performances for usage, such as the


traditional Mor Lam music and folk songs with dancing

shows; (3.3) building alliances with educational institutions to


assist recording and televising for academic purposes

and,

(3.4) using the entertainment media and channels, such as


CD recording, online network for promotion.

Keywords: The Pramotaya Performance, Isan Shadow Show,


Traditional Isan Performance

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