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Black theatre USA : plays by African Americans 1847 to today

Author: James V Hatch; Ted Shine
Publisher: New York : Free Press, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. and expanded edView all editions and formats
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This revised and expanded Black Theatre U.S.A. broadens its collection to fifty-one outstanding plays, enhancing its status as the most authoritative anthology of African American drama with 22 new selections. Building on the well-respected first edition published in 1974, this edition features previously unpublished works including In Dahomey, Liberty Deferred, and Star of Ethiopia, and the Department of Interior's
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Genre/Form: Drama
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Black theatre USA.
New York : Free Press, ©1996
(OCoLC)705869741
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James V Hatch; Ted Shine
ISBN: 0684823063 9780684823065 0684823071 9780684823072 068482308X 9780684823089 9781451636505 1451636504
OCLC Number: 35220099
Notes: Revised edition of: Black theater, U.S.A.
Description: xix, 916 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: The Black doctor / Ira Aldridge --
The brown overcoat / Victor Séjour --
The escape; or, a leap for freedom / William Wells Brown --
In Dahomey / Paul Laurence Dunbar and Jesse A. Shipp --
Star of Ethiopia / W.E.B. Du Bois --
Why we are at war / United States Food Administration --
Appearances / Garland Anderson --
Rachel / Angelina Grimké --
Mine eyes have seen / Alice Dunbar-Nelson --
Aftermath / Mary Burrill --
They that sit in darkness / Mary Burrill --
For unborn children / Myrtle Smith Livingston --
The church fight / Ruth Gaines Shelton --
Undertow / Eulalie Spence --
The purple flower / Marita Odette (Occomy) Bonner --
The deacon's awakening / Willis Richardson --
Balo / Jean Toomer --
A Sunday morning in the South / Georgia Douglas Johnson --
'Cruiter / John Matheus --
Old man Pete / Randolph Edmonds --
Job hunters / H.F.V. Edward --
Don't you want to be free? / Langston Hughes --
Big white fog / Theodore Ward --
The first one / Zora Neale Hurston --
Graven images / May Miller --
Natural man / Theodore Browne --
A soldier's play / Charles Fuller --
Liberty deferred / John D. Silvera and Abram Hill --
Mulatto / Langston Hughes --
Native son / Richard Wright and Paul Green --
Take a giant step / Louis Peterson --
A raisin in the sun / Lorraine Hansberry --
Ceremonies in dark old men / Lonne Elder III --
The tumult and the shouting / Thomas Pawley --
Limitations of life / Langston Hughes --
On Strivers Row / Abram Hill --
Day of absence / Douglas Turner Ward --
The amen corner / James Baldwin --
The confession stone / Owen Dodson --
Funnyhouse of a Negro / Adrienne Kennedy --
Wine in the wilderness / Alice Childress --
For colored girls who have considered suicide ... / Ntozake Shange --
Sally's rape / Robbie McCauley --
Dutchman / Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) --
Goin' a Buffalo / Ed Bullins --
Prayer meeting; or, the first militant preacher / Ben Caldwell --
Contribution / Ted Shine --
Blk love song #1 / Kalamu ya Salaam --
The colored museum / George C. Wolfe --
The mojo and the sayso / Aishah Rahman --
Fires in the mirror / Anna Deavere Smith.
Other Titles: Black theater, U.S.A.
Responsibility: edited by James V. Hatch, Ted Shine.

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