Alan, the reason why I was enquiring about this excerpt:
when you write about things concerning Majapahit, you usually choose an academic approach, quoting academic writers, dictionaries etc. That gives an academic "weight" to your thought and it's impressive in a non-academical forum like ours.
The excerpt about which I was enquiring is written in the same academical modus, but the information given in it is a complete nonsense from academical viewpoint.
So it draws from the "knowledge of community".
About the distinction between "puppet", "repertoire" and "performance":
Originally Posted by A. G. Maisey
In the passage that you quote, I was writing about performances, which I believe is obvious.
It isn't obvious at all, because Wayang Golek as performance
is never mentioned there, but the last part of your sentence explicitly mentions "prohibition that applied to the wayang golek puppets."
Even if we see Wayang Golek and Wayang Purwa as performance - the statement nevertheless stays a nonsense, even from non-academical viewpoint. If this certain kind of puppet was the nightmare of Raden Patah, it makes no sense to replace the performance using a certain kind of puppets with a performance of a certain repertoire.
It's desirable and possible to replace it with a performance using another certain kind of puppets, or dancers, etc.
Now I have got my answers and won't bother anybody with my enquiries about Wayang for some time.