African-American Performance and Theater History

African-American Performance and Theater History

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Through analyzing African-American theater and performance traditions, the authors gain new insight into how race has operated and continues to operate in American society.3 (Fall 1 995); and Alice Raynerand Harry J. Elam, Jr., aquot;Unfinished Business: Reconfiguring History in Suzan-Lori Parksa#39;s The ... 1994): 447. 7. Parks describes her plays as aquot;plutoniumaquot; because that element aquot;moves ... is aliveaquot; (Drukman 63). 8. ... Fortunately, the following scholars challenge this limited permission, exploring ways in which African American (women) have ... Una Chaudhuri, Staging Place: The Geography of Modern Drama (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995)anbsp;...

Title:African-American Performance and Theater History
Author: Harry Justin Elam
Publisher:Oxford University Press on Demand - 2001-01-01

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