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    1st CA Creative Work Faculty Show Case-2015 

    Arunwadi Leewananthawet; Checkchanok Bullakul; Khonteeneung Saenghiruna; Korn Poonsirivong; Littiporn Littipanich; Nakrob Krapugthong; Nattanan Naewmalee; Nutruda Satjawatcharaphong; Panasit Chaiyanan; Patrica Khemnguad; Patana Duangpatra; Pichet Burapathanin; Pongvichak Protpakorn; Rayut Soonkool; Sanmonchai Ritthirak; Tiffany Shelton; Wuthichai Choonhasakulchoke (2016-04-29)
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    2nd CA Creative Work Faculty Showcase 2016 "Sufficiency" 

    Arunwadi Leewananthawet; Benjawan Apinunrungroj; Checkchanok Bullakul; Chutinun Kaewkatorn; Darunee Sa-areddee; Duangporn Supavanij; Kittiya Chakornsirisakul; Korn Poonsirivong; Nattanan Naewmalee; Nutruda Satjawatcharaphong; Panasit Chaiyanan; Patana Duangpatra; Pichai Thurongkinanon; Prichaya Manmin; Sasaporn suthatkul; Rayut Soonkool; Sanmonchai Ritthirak; Theerawat Pojvibulsiri; Tiffany Shelton; Wanchalerm Promsorn; Yossapol Chutipanyabut (Research committee, Albert Laurence School of Communication Arts, Assumption University, 2017-06-01)
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    Just dance (part of the rework from “Mak, Nak and people of Phra Khanong”) 

    Arunwadi Leewananthawet (Research committee, Albert Laurence School of Communication Arts, Assumption University, 2015)
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    JUST Dance: The Dance for Justice. A Study to Produce a Creative Work of Mae Nak Legend to a Dance Performance 

    Arunwadi Leewananthawet (2016)

    This research aims to examine the creative process to recreate a dance performance that has been staged as “a spoken play” from Mae Nak legend named “Mak, Nak and People of Phra Khanong.” The first stage play of “Mak, Nak and People of Phra Khanong” was performed in June 2015, at Assumption University Black box Theatre and at the Prague Quadrennial 2015, Czech Republic. The love legend of Mae Nak Phra Khanong was perceived and portrayed as a haunting, revenge and furious ghost story for almost a century. Mae Nak legend has been told and retold ...
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    Land and skin (The ballad of Nak Phra Khanong) : director as a performance curator 

    Arunwadi Leewananthawet (Research committee, Albert Laurence School of Communication Arts, Assumption University, 2017-06-01)
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    Whose Voice? Love Legend of Phra Khanong: A Case of "Mak, Nak and People of Phra Khanong" 

    Arunwadi Leewananthawet (2016-04)

    The love legend of Mae Nak Phra Khanong was perceived and portrayed as a haunting, revenge and furious ghost story for almost a century. In 1999, Nonzee Nimibutr’s version of Nang Nak was claimed as the first version that humanized Mae Nak and depicted tragic aspect of her as a mournful young lady who devoted her life to her husband, a strong stereotype of how Thai girl (in the past) should conduct. However, Nimibutr had also highlighted the aspect of Buddhist Animism that finally ended ‘the life of Mae Nak’ in this story. The truth is Mae ...