- Author:Samuel A. Hay
- Publisher:Cambridge University Press (March 25, 1994)
- Pages:304 pages
- Subcategory:Performing Arts
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Without a doubt, BTN member Samuel A. Hay's text, African American Theatre: An Historical and Critical .
Without a doubt, BTN member Samuel A. Hay's text, African American Theatre: An Historical and Critical Analysis, must be hailed as a milestone in Black Theatre scholarship. the text is a must for any credible American Theatre scholar or critic. The first two chapters of Hay's book provide a very dense history of African American theatre from 1898 to the present and correspond to the two major schools of African American theatre: the Black Experience School of Drama, and the Black Arts School of Drama, the first based on Alain Locke's philosophy, the second on the teachings of sociologist William E.
Xiii, 287 pages ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-274) and index. Acknowledgments - Introduction - The black experience school of drama - The black arts school of drama - Theatre people: some splendid examples - The governance of theatre organisations - Development - Conclusion - Appendices.
With a general emphasis on the American stage, Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama provides a crossroads at. .The book traces the history of African American theatre from its beginnings to the present.
The book traces the history of African American theatre from its beginnings to the present. It analyses the types of plays written for this theatre, identifies the perennial problems faced by theatre artists and producing companies, and makes bold, innovative proposals for the theatre's healthy survival.
A landmark work in the study of Black theater and drama, African American .
The last three chapters of Hay's book comprise the 'critical analysis' portion, which simultaneously works as a very passionate appeal to African American theatre to persevere and help keep African American theatre alive.
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African American theatre. an historical and critical analysis. Cambridge studies in American theatre and drama. by Samuel A. Hay. Published 1994 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York.