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Hatch-Hill Notes%2c ch. 1-4

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Notes--Hatch and Hill, chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 ch.1 1619: slaves introduced to British colonies 1791: Haitian Revolution 1804: Haiti gains independence 1808: invention of the cotton gin see pp. 20-23 re Afrocentric contributions to dramatic form ch. 2 New York: African Grove--African Players--African Theatre 1820-23 or 24 James Hewlett William Alexander Brown: King Shotaway Ira Aldridge see pp. 47 re New Orleans playhouses. Marigny Theatre, 1838 p. 49: "Three writers emerged whose impact on African American theatre was markedly varied." o Victor Sejour o William Wells Brown p. 52--see last paragraph o p. 53: "of the antislavery dramas seen in America, one play proved to be the greatest theatrical hit in the annals of the English-speaking state." Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) Harriet Beecher Stowe George L. Aiken p. 55: Why UTC is important Sam Lucas: first Black Uncle Tom (1878) ch. 3 Post Civil War S. Morgan Smith Paul Molyneaux The Hyers Sisters John Arneaux, actor from Georgia, p. 79 (see Errol Hill, Shakespeare in Sable)
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