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This research article has two objectives, namely to study the background and characters of the Rojana’s role in Sangthong and to study five emotions namely love, sorrow, irony, ridicule and anger, of dance postures of Rojana in Lakhon nok in the royal court style performed in the episode “Leuak Khu – Ha Pla” of the story Sangthong. The methods applied in this research are qualitative methods, interview with experts and analysis of data from playbills, documents and related research from various data resources and the practice of dancing. Then, the data have been compiled and presented in a descriptive analysis. The result of the study showed that Rojana significantly had many characters which affected the process of the story. The Lakhon nok in the royal court style Santhong popularly chose the episode “Leuk khu-Ha Pla” to perform because it contained the conflicts to bring about the chaos and to let the audience understand that cause of the next episode. There are dances to show off the skills of the main character, fun unique ways of dances, and a lot of performers involved in this episode. These compositions made the performance grand, joyful and fun. The dance postures of Rojana in this Lakhon nok in the royal court style had been found that they need to clearly convey the emotions through the postures and face expressions according to the characters.
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