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5 - Hatch/Hill chapter 13 The Millennium 1980's Hard times...

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Hatch/Hill chapter 13: The Millennium 1980's: Hard times for theatres; drastic reduction of arts funding. Rise of Hip Hop performance artists; combination of hip hop sensibilities and techniques with performance art--often one-person shows. (see p. 431) controversy over legitimacy of hip hop as a movement ("reverse colonialism"--p. 432) Cultural Odyssey, San Francisco: Idris Ackamoor and Rhodessa Jones Bill T. Jones Keith Antar Mason and the Hittite Empire Robbie McCauley: Sally's Rape La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club Dance: Donald Byrd's The Group Jawole Willa Jo Zollar and Urban Bush Women Gay and lesbian performance: Pomo Afro Homos: Fierce Love: Stories from Black Gay Life Wayne Corbett: Crying Holy Shirlene Holmes (Atlanta playwright): Pride Plays Rapping on Stage: Ifa Bayeza (Ntozake Shange's sister): Homer G and the Rhapsodies in the Fall of Detroit George C. Wolfe: Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk
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