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The Cambridge Companion to African American Theatre by Harvey Young

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

Bibliographic Details Corporate Author: Other Authors: Format: Book Language: English Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. McNamara Cyrus Patell and Bryan Waterman Anna-Louise Milne Marina MacKay Deborah Cartmell and Imelda Whelehan Andrew Galloway Larry Scanlon Samuel Fanous and Vincent Gillespie Richard Beadle and Alan J. The E-mail message field is required. Fisch Rita Copeland and Peter Struck Catherine Ross Nickerson Walter Kalaidjian Jennifer Ashton Donald Pizer Alfred Bendixen and Judith Hamera Brenda Murphy Erik Gunderson Elizabeth Archibald and Ad Putter Elizabeth Webby Pamela Clemit Stuart Curran second edition James Chandler and Maureen N. Along the way, it chronicles the evolution of African American theatre and its engagement with the wider community, including discussions of slave rebellions on the national stage, African Americans on Broadway, the Harlem Renaissance, African American women dramatists, and the 'New Negro' and 'Black Arts' movements. Lyons Timothy Unwin Hugh Stevens Nicholas Saul Jerrold E.

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Cambridge Companion to African American Theatre

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

Drama in the Harlem Renaissance Soyica Diggs Colbert; 5. Alexander Patrick Cheney Christopher Innes Timothy Morton Esther Schor Matthew C. Leading scholars spotlight the producers, directors, playwrights and actors whose efforts helped to fashion a more accurate appearance of Black life on stage, and reveal the impact of African American theatre both within the United States and further afield. Ferris Morris Eaves Guyda Armstrong, Rhiannon Daniels, and Stephen J. Jenkins Maren Tova Linett PubMed Joy Porter and Kenneth M. Hayes Pat Rogers Ira B.

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Cambridge Companion to African American Theatre

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

Abstract This Companion provides a comprehensive overview of African American theatre, from the early nineteenth century to the present day. Early Black Americans on Broadway Monica White Ndounou; 4. Along the way, it chronicles the evolution of African American theatre and its engagement with the wider community. Series Title: Other Titles: African American theatre Responsibility: edited by Harvey Young. Each book is a collection of essays on the topic commissioned by the publisher. Cousins and Peter Howarth Harriet Turner and Adelaida López de Martínez Neil Fraistat and Julia Flanders Peter Hulme and Tim Youngs Jane Dowson Robert L. Slave rebellions on the national stage Heather Nathans; 3.

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The Cambridge Companion to African American Theatre by Harvey Young

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

The Cambridge Companions to Literature and Classics form a published by. His publications include Embodying Black Experience 2010 , winner of the 2011 Lilla A. Drama in the Harlem Renaissance Soyica Diggs Colbert; 5. Along the way, it chronicles the evolution of African American theatre and its engagement with the wider community, including discussions of slave rebellions on the national stage, African Americans on Broadway, the Harlem Renaissance, African American women dramatists, and the 'New Negro' and 'Black Arts' movements. Slave rebellions on the national stage Heather Nathans; 3. It collates thirteen scholars in the field, each of whom provides, to quote the introduction, 'an in-depth engagement with the history of African American Theatre.

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Harvey Young

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

The Negro little theatre movement Jonathan Shandell; 6. Roudané Christopher Bigsby Claudia L. Chapters also address recent theatre productions in the context of political and cultural change and ask where African American theatre is heading in the twenty-first century. Fragmented musicals and 1970s soul aesthetic Samuel O'Connell; 9. Amiri Baraka and the Black arts movement Aimee Zygmonski; 8. Levine Christopher Bigsby second edition Dennis Danielson second edition David Bradby and Andrew Calder Justine Tally David Staines Julian W.

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The Cambridge companion to African American theatre

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

Harvey Young is an Associate Professor at Northwestern University, where he holds appointments in African American studies, performance studies and theatre. Leading scholars spotlight the producers, directors, playwrights and actors whose efforts helped to fashion a more accurate appearance of Black life on stage, and reveal the impact of African American theatre both within the United States and further afield. Heston Award for Outstanding Scholarship from the National Communication Association and the 2011 Errol Hill Award for Outstanding Scholarship from the American Society for Theatre Research. Cascardi Piero Boitani and Jill Mann second edition Vera Gottlieb and Paul Allain Janet Beer Elaine Aston and Elin Diamond Catherine Steel Lucy Newlyn Jenny Bourne Taylor J. Leading scholars spotlight the producers, directors, playwrights and actors whose efforts helped to fashion a more accurate appearance of black life on stage, and reveal the impact of African American theatre both within the United States and further afield.

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The Cambridge companion to African American theatre

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

Easterling George Hutchinson Leslie Howsam John Wilson Foster Peter Bondanella and Andrea Ciccarelli Michael Wyatt Hana Wirth-Nesher and Michael P. Grenby and Andrea Immel Malcolm V. Along the way, it chronicles the evolution of African American theatre and its engagement with the wider community, including discussions of slave rebellions on the national stage, African Americans on Broadway, the Harlem Renaissance, African This Companion provides a comprehensive overview of African American theatre, from the early nineteenth century to the present day. Along the way, it chronicles the evolution of African American theatre and its engagement with the wider community, including discussions of slave rebellions on the national stage, African Americans on Broadway, the Harlem Renaissance, African American women dramatists, and the 'New Negro' and 'Black Arts' movements. As editor, Young is more interested in showcasing how contemporary African American performances overflow the conceptual frames inherited from ethnic and cultural studies; the entire collection intentionally embraces the impossibility of fixing its own contents. Leading scholars spotlight the producers, directors, playwrights and actors whose efforts helped to fashion a more accurate appearance of Black life on stage, and reveal the impact of African American theatre both within the United States and further afield. David Moody Ross Posnock Joel Porte and Saundra Morris Philip M.

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List of Cambridge Companions to Literature and Classics

the cambridge companion to african american theatre young harvey

Hughes Marilee Lindemann Anthony J. Leading scholars spotlight the producers, directors, playwrights and actors whose efforts helped to fashion a more accurate appearance of Black life on stage, and reveal the impact of African American theatre both within the United States and further afield. Allan, Christopher Pittard 2019 Martin T. Leading scholars spotlight the producers, directors, playwrights and actors whose efforts helped to fashion a more accurate appearance of Black life on stage, and reveal the impact of African American theatre both within the United States and further afield. Along the way, it chronicles the evolution of African American theatre and its engagement with the wider community, including discussions of slave rebellions on the national stage, African Americans on Broadway, the Harlem Renaissance, African American women dramatists, and the 'New Negro' and 'Black Arts' movements. Fletcher second edition Simon Gaunt and Sarah Kay Roberta L. West John King Nicholas Rzhevsky David T.

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