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Hatch-Billops collection : [taped interviews of theater].

Author: James Vernon Hatch
Publisher: 1970-1974.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : Reel-to-reel tape : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collection of interviews with African Americans in the performing arts, primarily theatre. Includes interviews with actors, actresses, dramatists, drama teachers and theatre producers and directors working primarily in the black theatre. Includes panel discussions on topics such as theatre funding, playwriting and theatre critics. Interviewees discuss their lives, careers and such individuals as Paul Robeson, Alain
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Osceola Archer; W H Auden; James Baldwin; Cynthia Belgrave; Mary Bohanan; Sherri Brewer; Hazel Bryant; Ed Bullins; Baldwin Burroughs; Vinie Burrows; Anita Bush; James William Butcher; Dick Campbell; Vinnette Carroll; Steve Carter; Alice Childress; Ralf Coleman; Miriam Colon; Akila Couloumbis; Countee Cullen
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: James Vernon Hatch
OCLC Number: 24937420
Notes: Title from container; subtitle from accompanying material.
Interviews conducted by various interviewers under the direction of James Hatch and Camille Billops.
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Description: 76 sound tape reels : analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono. ; 5 in.

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Collection of interviews with African Americans in the performing arts, primarily theatre. Includes interviews with actors, actresses, dramatists, drama teachers and theatre producers and directors working primarily in the black theatre. Includes panel discussions on topics such as theatre funding, playwriting and theatre critics. Interviewees discuss their lives, careers and such individuals as Paul Robeson, Alain Locke, James Baldwin, Countee Cullen and Frank Silvera. African American theatre companies discussed include Theatre Black, the New Lafayette Theatre, the Free Southern Theater, the Bed-Stuy Theatre, the National Black Theatre, the American Negro Theatre, the Afro-American Total Theatre, Theatre for the Forgotten, the New Heritage Theatre, the Dashiki Project Theatre, the Negro Ensemble Company and others.

The collection also includes a few interviews and discussions with African American filmmakers, motion picture producers and film and television actors and actresses. An interview with owners of the Apollo Theatre is included.

Among those interviewed are Ed Bullins, Dick Campbell, Steve Carter, Alice Childress, N.R. Davidson, Ossie Davis, Robert Earl Jones, Woodie King, Butterfly McQueen, Pigmeat Markham, Melba Moore, Frederick O'Neal, Gordon Parks, Melvin Van Peebles, Joseph Walker, Richard Wesley and Leigh Whipper.

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