By Annemarie Bean
The 1st quantity to think about African-American functionality among and past the Black Arts flow of the Sixties and the hot Black Renaissance of the 1990s.
content material: creation : appearing past pre-formations and among events : thirty years of African-American functionality / Annemarie Bean --
Black theatre 1998 : a thirty-year examine Black arts theatre (1998) / Ed Bullins --
Clara's ole guy (1968) / Ed Bullins --
domestic at the diversity and Police (1968) / Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) --
The Bronx is subsequent (1968) / Sonia Sanchez --
The Black arts circulate (1968) / Larry Neal --
Ritual reformulations : Barbara Ann Teer and the nationwide Black Theatre of Harlem (1998) / Barbara Lewis --
To make Black our bodies unusual : social critique in live performance dance of the Black arts circulate (1998) / Thomas DeFrantz --
A highway in the course of the desert (1998) / John O'Neal --
conversation : the unfastened Southern Theater (1965) / Gilbert Moses ... [et al.] --
movement within the ocean : a few political dimensions of the loose Southern Theater (1968) / John O'Neal --
After the unfastened Southern Theater : a conversation (1987) / Tom Dent and Jerry W. Ward, Jr. --
John O'Neal, actor and activist : the praxis of storytelling (1992) / Kate Hammer --
Rode a railroad that had no music (1998) / Glenda Dicker/sun --
Theatre in traditionally Black schools : a survey of a hundred years (1998) / James V. Hatch --Stepping, saluting, cracking, and freaking : the cultural politics of African-American step exhibits (1991) / Elizabeth C. fantastic --
The gospel musical and its position within the Black American theatre (1998) / Warren B. Burdine, Jr. --
Catalysis : an interview with Adrian Piper (1972) / Lucy Lippard --
4 undesirable sisters (1998) / Eugene Nesmith --
A progress of pictures (1977) / Adrienne Kennedy --
Obsessing in public : an interview with Robbie McCauley (1993) / Vicki Patraka --
Sally's rape (1994) / Robbie McCauley --
Anna Deavere Smith : appearing as incorporation (1993) / Richard Schechner --
The note turns into you : an interview with Anna Deavere Smith (1993) / Carol Martin --
Doo-a-diddly-dit-dit : an interview with Suzan-Lori Parks and Liz Diamond (1995) / Steven Drukman --
The the USA play (1994) / Suzan-Lori Parks.
summary: the 1st quantity to contemplate African-American functionality among and past the Black Arts flow of the Sixties and the recent Black Renaissance of the Nineties
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