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  • Author:
    Roberta Uno,Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns
  • ISBN:
    048500416X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0485004168
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  • Publisher:
    Continuum International Publishing Group - Athlone (June 2001)
  • Pages:
    350 pages
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    Sociology
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Roberta Uno, Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns

Roberta Uno, Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns. The Color of Theater presents a range of essays, interviews and performance texts that illustrate and examine the process, evolution and dynamics of making theater in the dawning moments of the 21st century. It brings together writings by artists, intellectuals and art activists exploring contemporary practices within multicultural, intercultural and ethnically specific theaters.

Color of Theater : Race, Ethnicity and Contemporary Performance. by Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns.

Roberta Uno is Assistant Professor of Theater at the University of Massachusetts and Artistic Director of New WORLD Theater. Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns is a Doctoral Candidate in the American Studies Program, English Department, at the University of Massachusetts.

In many instances, race and ethnicity scholars find performance to be a powerful methodology to critically engage their objects of intellectual inquiry. Uno, Roberta with Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns, eds. The Color of Theater. London: Continuum, 2002

In many instances, race and ethnicity scholars find performance to be a powerful methodology to critically engage their objects of intellectual inquiry. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Citations (3). References (1). of Race): The Co-Constitutive Performance of Race and School Board in Durham, NC. Article. London: Continuum, 2002. Downloaded by at 15:34 08 October 2014.

Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns. Are You an Author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central. Books by Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns. Puro Arte: Filipinos on the Stages of Empire (Postmillennial Pop).

Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns [email protected] Recipient of the 2012 Outstanding Book in Cultural Studies. The Color of Theater: Race, Culture, and Contemporary Performance. edu Current Position 2011-present Associate Professor. Department of Asian American Studies. University of California, Los Angeles. Awarded by the Asian American Studies Association. 2016 Eartha Kitt’s Waray Waray: The Filipina in Black Feminist Performance.

Roberta Uno is Professor of Theatre at the University of Massachusetts and Artistic Director of New WORLD Theatre

The Colour of Theatre presents a range of essays, interviews and performance texts that illustrate and examine the process, evolution and dynamics of making theatre in the dawning moments of the twenty-first century. It berings together writing by artists, intellectuals and art activists exploring contemporary practices within multicultural, intercultural and ethnically specific theaters. Roberta Uno is Professor of Theatre at the University of Massachusetts and Artistic Director of New WORLD Theatre. Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns is Assistant Professor is Asian American Studies and the World Arts and Cultures Department at UCLA.

Individual playscripts The Color of Theater: Race, Culture, and Contemporary Performance, Roberta Uno and Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns, Continuum International Publishing Group, 2002.

Schwartz, Murray M. Shakespeare through Contemporary Psychoanalysis. In: Translocal Performance in Asian Theatre and Film. Palgrave Pivot, Singapore.

London and New York: Continuum. Schwartz, Murray M. Representing Shakespeare: New Psychoanalytic Essays.