Native Americans as Shown on the Stage 1753 1916

INTRODUCTION • When Lynn Riggs ' play The Cherokee Night was performed at
the Hedgerow Theatre in 1930 , it was the first time a stage work by a full -
blooded Native American had ever been produced . Plays about Indians had
held the ...

Native Americans as Shown on the Stage  1753 1916

"...high marks for this book in scholarship and analysis--Jones' treatment of the subject is original, extensive, consistent and coherent." --THEATRE STUDIES

Portrayals of Americans on the World Stage

NativeAmericans as Shown on the Stage, 17531916 by Eugene H. Jones has a
helpful index of plays written in Europe or America between 1658 and 1982 that
include Native American characters. 3. Much of Neuber's repertoire was made ...

Portrayals of Americans on the World Stage

This collection of 14 essays explores drama from around the world that depicts the United States and Americans. From eighteenth century German dramas about Native Americans through post–Revolutionary War British plays, to the theaters of contemporary Japan, Mexico, Serbia, Ireland, Ghana and other nations, the contributors consider conflicting representations of Americans. Often critical, sometimes flattering, and occasionally insulting, these various international views highlight perceptions of America abroad and how they influence the world’s stages.

Bibliography of Native American Bibliographies

This in concerned with the legal status of Indians, and laws affecting tribal
systems and self-government. Indian nations ... Stage 798. Jones, Eugene H.
Native Americans as Shown on the Stage, 1753- 1916. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow
, 1988.

Bibliography of Native American Bibliographies

Lists all significant bibliographies for researchers, librarians, and students seeking information on tribes or topics in Native American studies.

Imagining Native America in Music

New York: Kosciuszko Foundation, 1982. Johnson, H. Earle. Operas on
American Subjects. New York: Coleman-Ross, 1964. Jones, Eugene H. Native
Americans as Shown on the Stage, 17531916. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow
Press, 1988.

Imagining Native America in Music

This book offers a comprehensive look at musical representations of native America from the pre colonial past through the American West and up to the present. The discussion covers a wide range of topics, from the ballets of Lully in the court of Louis XIV to popular ballads of the nineteenth century; from eighteenth-century British-American theater to the musical theater of Irving Berlin; from chamber music by Dvoˆrák to film music for Apaches in Hollywood Westerns. Michael Pisani demonstrates how European colonists and their descendants were fascinated by the idea of race and ethnicity in music, and he examines how music contributed to the complex process of cultural mediation. Pisani reveals how certain themes and metaphors changed over the centuries and shows how much of this “Indian music,” which was and continues to be largely imagined, alternately idealized and vilified the peoples of native America.

Indigenous North American Drama

first theatre publications on American Indian subjects examined this body of plays
by non-Native authors. Eugene Jones's book Native Americans as Shown on the
Stage, 17531916 (1988) studies Indian “character types” by non-Native ...

Indigenous North American Drama

Traces the historical dimensions of Native North American drama using a critical perspective.

America History and Life

1753-1916 Jones , Eugene H. “ Native Americans As Shown on the Stage , 1753-
1916 . ” City U. of New York 1984. 278 pp . DAI 1985 45 ( 7 ) : 1920-1921 - A .
DA8423069 22C : 356 . 180-1885 Lussier , Antoine S. and Sealey , D. Bruce , ed
.

America  History and Life


Nineteenth Century Theatre

Melodrama Unveiled : American Theater and Culture , 1800 - 1850 . Chicago : U
of Chicago P ... JONES , EUGENE H . Native Americans as shown on the Stage .
1753 - 1916 . Metuchen , NJ : Scarecrow , 1988 . • KUPPERMAN , KAREN ...

Nineteenth Century Theatre


Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian

NATIVE AMERICAN ESTATE : THE STRUGGLE OVER INDIAN AND HAWAIIAN
LANDS Linda S . Parker 256 pp . U of Hawaii Press ... NATIVE AMERICANS AS
SHOWN ON STAGE , 1753 - 1916 Eugene Jones 219 pp . Scarecrow , 1988 .

Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian

This encyclopedia of the North American Indian includes listings of reservations, councils, associations, schools, health services, libraries, publications and college and university courses in the United States including Alaska, and Canada.

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

William Brown's African & American Theater Marvin Edward McAllister. Hitchcock
, H . Wiley . ... Charles Mathews Reports on America . ” Quarterly Journal of ...
Native Americans as Shown on the Stage , 17531916 . London : Scarecrow ...

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

McAllister explores the work of William Brown, the free black founder of a series of theaters in the 1820s which featured African Americans playing a range of roles unprecedented on the American stage and that drew increasingly integrated audiences. McAllister also investigates the negative white reactions that led to Brown's retirement, as well as the legacy Brown left in American theater by shaping the careers of his performers and creating new genres of performance.

American Transcendental Quarterly

For an overview of nineteenth - century plays about Native Americans see Sears
and Jones . 2Smith's General History of Virginia ... of Tennessee , dissertation ,
1977 . Jones , Eugene H. Native Americans as Shown on the Stage , 1753-1916 .

American Transcendental Quarterly


ESQ

Indians. were. simple. and. savage. ” (. “ ' Four. Indian Kings , ' ” 488 ) . 15 See the
loci listed in Burton R . Pollin , Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe ' s Collected
Works ... the Stage , 17531916 ( Metuchen , NJ : Scarecrow Press , 1988 ) .

ESQ


The Arizona Quarterly

Jones , Eugene H. Native Americans as shown on the Stage , 1753-1916 .
Metuchen , NJ : Scarecrow Press , 1988 . Lepore , Jill . The Name of War : King
Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity . New York : Knopf , 1998 .

The Arizona Quarterly


Staging Difference

Jones , Eugene H . Native Americans as Shown on the Stage , 1753 - 1916 .
Metuchen , NJ : Scarecrow , 1988 . Kanellos , Nicolás . Mexican American
Theater : Legacy and Reality . Pittsburgh , PA : Latin American Literary Review P
, 1987 .

Staging Difference

This volume seeks to determine how contemporary American playwrights and theatre practitioners translate the current debate on cultural pluralism in the United States. While offering re-visions of the Melting Pot, they often challenge its idealistic assumptions, thus inscribing in their work the cultural difference of minorities. Up to now, scholars have studied isolated aspects of this phenomenon. "Staging Difference" tries to offer a more comprehensive vision, examining the influence of multiculturalism both on performance and dramatic literature.

Staging Ethnicity in Contemporary American Drama

Jones , Eugene H. Native Americans as Shown on the Stage : 1753-1916 .
Metuchen , NJ : Scarecrow Press , 1988 . Jones , LeRoi . “ The Revolutionary
Theatre . " Liberator 5 ( July 1965 ) : 4-5 . Kaminsky , Laura J. , ed . Nonprofit
Repertory ...

Staging Ethnicity in Contemporary American Drama


Transgressing the Boundaries of Identity

Seducified by a Minstrel Show . ” New York ... Propaganda and Aesthetics : The
Literary Politics of Afro - American Magazines in the Twentieth Century . Amherst
... Jones , Eugene H. Native Americans as shown on the Stage , 1753-1916 .

Transgressing the Boundaries of Identity


Historical Dictionary of American Theater

Historical Dictionary of American Theater

The period of 1880 to 1929 is the richest theater era in American history, certainly the number of plays produced and significant artists, as well as in the centrality of theater in the lives of Americans. As the impact of European modernism gradually seeped into American theater during the 1880s and 1890s, more traditional forms of theater gave way to futurism, symbolism, surrealism, and expressionism. Such playwrights as Eugene O'Neill, George Kelly, Elmer Rice, Philip Barry, and George S. Kaufman ushered in the golden age of American drama. Historical Dictionary of American Theater: Modernism focuses on legitimate drama, both as influenced by modernism in Europe and by the popular entertainment that also enlivened the era. This is accomplished through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced entries on plays, music, playwrights, performers, producers, critics, architects, designers, and costumes.

Through Ladino Eyes

Images of the Maya in the Spanish American Novel Robert Kenneth Sitler ... Into
the Mainstream : Conversations with Latin - American writers . New York : Harper
... Jones , Eugene H . Native Americans as shown on the Stage : 1753 - 1916 .

Through Ladino Eyes


Forthcoming Books

Native Peoples of Canade : An Annotated Bibliography of Population Biology ,
Health , & Illness . ... U of Chicago Pr . * Native Religions of North Ameria Ake
Hultkrantz 144p . Mar. ... Native Americans as shown on the Stage , 1753-1916 .

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