theater 5 - Dwyer 3/3/08 We hear other voices to learn...

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Dwyer 3/3/08 We hear other voices to learn about people we don’t know about. The dwarf speaks for all minority group The dwarf speaks for the poor. Before they only put merchants on stage to mock them. The maid was not in the original story Las mininas- the waiting women The women who are in attendance in the Infanta A play about women Two headed Top girls What was womanlike in Gita? Her nurturing “what’s wrong with my dwarf?” "Maybe the patriarchy was nuts. The women were pretty good.”-Dwyer The Saltin is vaguely oriental- Muslim. With his turban Alexander was a Jew. He taught Schoenberg. Oscar Wilde Single mindedly cultivated This remark, “to live up to your blue china” made the Chinese very angry. Wrote a book called “The portrait of Dorian Gray” He was gay Tried against “gross indecency” When King James the First writes “Basillican Doro” It was not until Wilde’s trial that we began to identify people by their sexual
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2009 for the course PERFORMING GE cluster taught by Professor Winter during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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