Lakhon nok

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Lakhon nok (Thai: ละครนอก, pronounced [lā.kʰɔ̄ːn nɔ̂ːk]) is a genre of theatre originating from the Ayutthaya era. It was based on the folk performances, similar to lakhon chatri, from what is now Southern Thailand.[1]



  • Brandon, James R. (1967). Theatre in Southeast Asia. Harvard University Press


  1. ^ Brandon pg. 62

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