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Xing Fan

Assistant Professor in Asian Theatre and Performance Studies
Email: stars.fan@utoronto.ca
Office location: University College E104 (UCE104)
Office phone: 416-978-6032
Office hours for 2016-17: by appointment
Ph.D. University of Hawai’i at Manoa

M.A. Academy of Chinese Traditional Theatre


Xing’s research interests include theatre and politics in the People’s Republic of China, Chinese dramatic literature, dramatic and performance theory in Asian theatre, and inter-cultural collaborations.  Xing has more than ten years of training in Beijing opera and Kun opera acting in China, and received intensive training in Beijing opera acting, Kabuki acting, and Gamelan ensemble in Hawai‘i.  She is a winner of the Award for Best Leading Female Role hosted by the Hawai‘i State Theatre Council for her performance in Nozaki Village, an English-language Kabuki production in 2004.  She became interested in Gamelan music in Hawai‘i, and played and danced with the Bates Gamelan from 2010 to 2014.  Xing is a winning author of the Emerging Scholars Award hosted by the Association for Asian Performance in 2013, and is currently composing a manuscript on Beijing opera model plays during China’s Cultural Revolution.  Xing is a recipient of the Connaught New Researcher Award in 2016.  She is serving as a re-elected Vice President of the Association for Asian Performance for 2016-2018.

Recent Publications in English

Book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles:

2016    “Dance in Traditional Chinese Theatre,” in Routledge Handbook of Asian Theatre, ed. Siyuan Liu.  London and New York: Routledge, 101-105.

2016    “Where Should We Start and What Could We Do: Asian Performance and Pedagogy.”  Performance Matters 2.1: 21-37.

2014    “Revolutionary Femininity in Performance: Female Characters in Beijing Opera Model Plays during China’s Cultural Revolution,” Chapter 3 in New Modern Chinese Women and Gender Politics: The Centennial of the End of the Qing Dynasty, ed. Ya-chen Chen.  London and New York: Routledge, 51-72.

2013    “The ‘Broken’ and the ‘Breakthroughs’: Acting in Jingju Model Plays of China’s Cultural Revolution.”  Asian Theater Journal 30.2: 360-389.

2003    “Lady Zhaojun Crosses the Frontier,” written by Chen Yujiao.  Special issue of Renditions November: 181-194.  Co-translated with Elizabeth Wichmann-Walczak.

Book reviews:

2016    “The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Drama (abridged edition), ed. Xiaomei Chen.”  Asian Theater Journal 33.1: 222-224.

2015    “Performing Hybridity in Colonial-Modern China, by Siyuan Liu.”  Asian Theater Journal 32.1: 327-330.

2014    “A Continuous Revolution: Making Sense of Cultural Revolution Culture, by Barbara Mittler.”  Asian Theater Journal 31.2: 617-620.


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