4 - Hatch/Hill ch. 7 notes The Great Migration Theatre...

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Hatch/Hill ch. 7 notes The Great Migration Theatre Owners Booking Association Langston Hughes vs. George Schuyler: is there a black aesthetic? Harlem Renaissance; Negro Renaissance; Negro Awakening: was it a Renaissance? The Art Theatre Movement: Abbey Theatre, Ireland Moscow Art Theatre (Stanislavsky) southern African American as "folk" material Ridgeley Torrence: Three Plays for a Negro Theatre Negro Little Theatre Movement: W.E.B. DuBois vs. Alain Locke (Rachel as case in point) Willis Richardson: "The Hope of the Negro Drama" o The Chip Woman's Fortune, 1923 o Ethiopian Art Players, Raymond O'Neil Crisis and Opportunity playwriting contests Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960) The First One, Color Struck, Mule Bone Their Eyes Were Watching God Angelina Weld Grimke (1880-1958) Rachel vs. Birth of a Nation Plays about lynching Perkins and Stevens, Strange Fruit, Plays on Lynching by American Women (1998) o A Sunday Morning in the South by Georgia Douglas Johnson
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