Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film

Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film is a magazine focusing on Arts

Articles from Vol. 34, No. 2, December

Editorial
This is the second special edition of Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, in which the journal makes available, in the form of a complete 'document of performance', material that it is relatively inaccessible or little known for the use of fellow scholars...
Re-Stirring an Old Pot: Adaptation, Reception and the Search for an Audience in Thomas Dixon's Performance Text(s) of the Clansman
Introduction: The Clansman as Process'The Birth of a Nation is an elaborate justification for mass murder.' James Baldwin (46)So much has been written about The Birth of a Nation that it is daunting to report on even the most tangential research associated...
The Clansman: An American Drama1
Office of Alice Kauser1402 BroadwayNew YorkFrom the material of his two novelsThe Leopard's SpotsandThe Clansman2Cast of CharactersIn Order of Their First Appearance.Rev. Ephriam Fox, a Negro exhorterDick, a dark-skinned white manAlec, the Sheriff of...
'Why I Wrote the Clansman'
[from: The Theatre, Vol. VI, no. 59, January 1906, pp. 20-22]The play, 'The Clansman,' which has caused such a great stir in the South, will be presented at the Liberty Theatre, this city, January 8. It deals with one of the gravest questions the American...