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Staging Depth

by Joel Pfister The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Until now, Eugene O'Neill's psychological dramas have been analyzed mainly by critics who relied on obvious parallels between O'Neill's life, his family, and his plays. In this theoretically expansive and interdisciplinary...


White People Do Not Know How to Behave at Entertainments Designed for Ladies and Gentlemen of Colour

by Marvin McAllister The University of North Carolina Press (November 20, 2003)

In August 1821, William Brown, a free man of color and a retired ship's steward, opened a pleasure garden on Manhattan's West Side. It catered to black New Yorkers, who were barred admittance to whites-only...


Imagining Medea

by Rena Fraden The University of North Carolina Press (December 30, 2012)

This ain't no Dreamgirls," Rhodessa Jones warns participants in the Medea Project, the theater program for incarcerated women that she founded and directs. Her expectations are grounded in reality, tempered,...


The Strange Career of Porgy and Bess

by Ellen Noonan The University of North Carolina Press (December 10, 2012)

Created by George Gershwin and DuBose Heyward and sung by generations of black performers, Porgy and Bess has been both embraced and reviled since its debut in 1935. In this comprehensive account, Ellen Noonan...


Whiting Up

by Marvin McAllister The University of North Carolina Press (December 05, 2011)

In the early 1890s, black performer Bob Cole turned blackface minstrelsy on its head with his nationally recognized whiteface creation, a character he called Willie Wayside. Just over a century later, hiphop...