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A Cultural Companion Written in a clear, accessible, storytelling style, AfricanAmerican Theater will shine a bright new light on the culturewhich has historically nurtured and inspired Black Theater.Functioning as an interactive guide for students and teachers,African American Theater takes the reader on a journey todiscover how social realities impacted the plays dramatists wroteand produced. The journey begins in 1850 when most African people wereenslaved in America. Along the way, cultural milestones such asReconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance and the Black FreedomMovement are explored. The journey concludes with a discussion ofhow the past still plays out in the works of contemporaryplaywrights like August Wilson and Suzan-Lori Parks. African American Theater moves unsung heroes like RobertAbbott and Jo Ann Gibson Robinson to the foreground, but does notneglect the race giants. For actors looking for material toperform, the book offers exercises to create new monologues andscenes. Rich with myths, history and first person accounts byordinary people telling their extraordinary stories, AfricanAmerican Theater will entertain while it educates. African American Theater: Written in a clear, accessible, storytelling style, AfricanAmerican Theater will shine a bright new light on the culturewhich has historically nurtured and inspired Black Theater.Functioning as an interactive guide for students and teachers,African American Theater takes the reader on a journey todiscover how social realities impacted the plays dramatists wroteand produced. The journey begins in 1850 when most African people wereenslaved in America. Along the way, cultural milestones such asReconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance and the Black FreedomMovement are explored. The journey concludes with a discussion ofhow the past still plays out in the works of contemporaryplaywrights like August Wilson and Suzan-Lori Parks. African American Theater moves unsung heroes like RobertAbbott and Jo Ann Gibson Robinson to the foreground, but does notneglect the race giants. For actors looking for material toperform, the book offers exercises to create new monologues andscenes. Rich with myths, history and first person accounts byordinary people telling their extraordinary stories, AfricanAmerican Theater will entertain while it educates. Kunst u. Angewandte Kunst Art & Applied Arts Dance & Theater Literature Amerikanische Literatur Literaturwissenschaft American Literature Tanz u. Theater, John Wiley & Sons

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Written in a clear, accessible, storytelling style, African American Theater will shine a bright new light on the culture which has historically nurtured and inspired Black Theater. Functioning as an interactive guide for students and teachers, African American Theater takes the reader on a journey to discover how social realities impacted the plays dramatists wrote and produced. The journey begins in 1850 when most African people were enslaved in America. Along the way, cultural milestones such Written in a clear, accessible, storytelling style, African American Theater will shine a bright new light on the culture which has historically nurtured and inspired Black Theater. Functioning as an interactive guide for students and teachers, African American Theater takes the reader on a journey to discover how social realities impacted the plays dramatists wrote and produced. The journey begins in 1850 when most African people were enslaved in America. Along the way, cultural milestones such as Reconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance and the Black Freedom Movement are explored. The journey concludes with a discussion of how the past still plays out in the works of contemporary playwrights like August Wilson and Suzan-Lori Parks. African American Theater moves unsung heroes like Robert Abbott and Jo Ann Gibson Robinson to the foreground, but does not neglect the race giants. For actors looking for material to perform, the book offers exercises to create new monologues and scenes. Rich with myths, history and first person accounts by ordinary people telling their extraordinary stories, African American Theater will entertain while it educates. American, Literary Theory & Criticism, African American Theater~~ Glenda Dicker/sun~~American~~Literary Theory & Criticism~~9780745657790, en, African American Theater, Glenda Dicker/sun, 9780745657790, Polity, 08/23/2013, , , , Polity, 08/23/2013

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Written in a clear, accessible, storytelling style, African American Theater will shine a bright new light on the culture which has historically nurtured and inspired Black Theater. Functioning as an interactive guide for students and teachers, African American Theater takes the reader on a journey to discover how social realities impacted the plays dramatists wrote and produced. The journey. Written in a clear, accessible, storytelling style, African American Theater will shine a bright new light on the culture which has historically nurtured and inspired Black Theater. Functioning as an interactive guide for students and teachers, African American Theater takes the reader on a journey to discover how social realities impacted the plays dramatists wrote and produced. The journey begins in 1850 when most African people were enslaved in America. Along the way, cultural milestones such as Reconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance and the Black Freedom Movement are explored. The journey concludes with a discussion of how the past still plays out in the works of contemporary playwrights like August Wilson and Suzan-Lori Parks. African American Theater moves unsung heroes like Robert Abbott and Jo Ann Gibson Robinson to the foreground, but does not neglect the race giants. For actors looking for material to perform, the book offers exercises to create new monologues and scenes. Rich with myths, history and first person accounts by ordinary people telling their extraordinary stories, African American Theater will entertain while it educates. eBooks, Poetry & Drama~~Literature - History & Criticism~~Literary Studies: General, African American Theater~~EBook~~9780745657790~~Glenda Dicker/sun, , African American Theater, Glenda Dicker/sun, 9780745657790, Wiley, 08/23/2013, , , , Wiley

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In englischer Sprache. Verlag: John Wiley & Sons, Picture Credits vi Acknowledgements vii About this Book viii Timeline of Significant Events x Abbreviations xiv Introduction: A Journey with the People who Forgot how to Fly1 1. The People who Could Fly: Slavery, Stereotypes, Minstrelsy,and Myth 6 2. A Leap for Freedom: The Anti-Slavery Movement 29 3. We are Climbing Jacob's Ladder: Progressing andMigrating 57 4. The Harlem Renaissance: A Sunburst Something like SpiritualEmancipation 80 5. War Stories: Buffalo Soldiers, Black Bird Men, and the Bloods96 6. Sitting Down, Sitting In, and Standing Up: The Black FreedomMovement 113 7. Black is Beautiful: Protest and Performance 137 8. Conversations: A Second Generation Takes Center Stage 153 9. A Presence of Ancestry: I Believe I Can Fly 174 References 193 Index 202, EPUB, 224 Seiten, 224 Seiten, 1., Auflage, [GR: 9564 - Nonbooks, PBS / Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Literaturwissenschaft], [SW: - Literaturwissenschaft, allgemein], [Ausgabe: 1][PU:John Wiley & Sons], [PU: Polity Press]

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780745657790
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0745657796
Publishing year: 2013
Publisher: Wiley, J
224 Pages
Language: eng/Englisch

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