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Exam 3 Study Guide

by: Alexandra Reshetova

Exam 3 Study Guide THEA 2040

Alexandra Reshetova
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Jerri Lynn Tubbs (P)

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Date Created: 12/06/15
Exam 3 African American Theatre 19001950 and Since 1950s 1 Systematic discrimination and crime Poverty in South Side Chicago 2 Black family in Chicago received insurance check 3 Black man white woman on New York subway Allegory for blackwhite relations Black Nationalism amp separatism Civil Rights Movement amp assimilation 4 Its eleven quotexhibitsquot undermine black stereotypes old and new and return to the facts of what being black means African American Theatre 19001950 and Since 1950s 1 African Grove Theater Performed Shakespeare Closed in 1827 attacks 2 Stock company performed Broadway shows amp Shakespeare 3 Negro Theatre Unit was part of FTP Federal Theatre Project 4 True Colors Theatre founded by Kenny Leon in Atlanta 2002 LatinoLatina Theatre 1 Chicano Roosters Cockfighting a metaphor 2 CubanAmerican Fefu and Her Friends Anna in the Tropics 3 Nuyorican Short Eyes Asian American Theatre 1 about a French diplomat who falls in love with a Chinese opera singer actually a man 2 After the War 3 Stop Kiss Feminist Theatre amp Gender Diversity Define Feminism 1 Identity feminine feelings consciousness and perceptions Experience through art recreate their own experiences Feminist Theatre amp Gender Diversity 1 Feminist Theatre amp Gender Diversity The Push for Equality Will have to identify true statement 1 panel discussion Pulitzer Price and the finalists all women 2014 Broadway audiences68 women 20132014no new play by a woman on Broadway Across Country 24 of plays made by women Est Facebook post requesting list of all female or trans playwrights nominated plays by female playwrights read by Artistic Directors around the country 2 3 contributions by women Gay and Lesbian Theater 1 The Boys in the Band 2 Torch Song Trilogy 3 On Tidy Endings 4 5 Angels in America 6 Love Valour Compassion 7 Take Me Out 8 Next Fall 9 Angry Fags Types of Musical Theatre Antecedents amp Musical Comedies Precursors 1 Operetta Musical Comedy 2 3 4 Vaudeville 5 Burlesque Musical Theatre of 192039s 198039s 1 Musicals from 1990Present Trends 1 2 3 4 Joe Turner s Come and Gone 1 1 Short scenes 2 Secondary Plotlines LoomisPrimary 3 Metaphors song identity shiny man spirit 4 African rituals the juba speaking in tongues blood ritual 2 What symbolized the search for one s identity 3 freedom as illusion and search for identity Ruined 1 SophieShe was described as ruinedmeaning her genitals are damaged 2 Ruined refers to a woman39s condition after she is raped and genitally mutilated 3 Identity song lyrics that represented world inside to world outside Read the song in the play Far Away 1 Accumulation of hats meanslook on page 522 of Anthology of LiVing Theatre 2 Elements of Theater of Absurd 1 setting strange 2 nonrealistic characters 3 plot may not make sense 4 language fails to communicate 3 Joan says at start of play heard a noise and at the end she says but I didn t know what side of river technique from Theater of Absurd because of language Angels in America 1 Joe Pitt is described how or whatMormon republican lawyer begins a sexual relationship with Louis at the end of the play but was raised that homosexuality is a sin Which character used language to separate reality by using line I have liver cancer Roy Cohn Example of what type of theatreLGBT Theatre


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