Staging America: Cornerstone and Community-Based Theater

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WORKS CITED

Works on Community-Based Theater

Armstrong, Anne Elizabeth. “Paradoxes in Community-Based Pedagogy: Decen- tering Students Through Oral History Performance.” Theatre Topics 10.2 (2000): 113—28.

Boal, Augusto. Rainbow of Desire. Trans. Adrian Jackson. New York: Routledge, 1995.

———.Theatre of the Oppressed. Trans. Charles A. McBride and Maria-Odilia Leal McBride. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 1985.

Brady, Sara. “Welded to the Ladle: Non-Radicality in Community-Based Theater.” The Drama Review 44.3 (2000): 51—74.

Brophy, Brian. “Perspectives on Urban Community-Based Theater: Peter Sellars in East Los Angeles: The Postcolonial Dilemma of Artistic Occupation.” Master's Thesis, California State University Los Angeles, 1999.

Broyles-Gonzalez, Yvonne. El Teatro Campesino: Theater in the Chicano Movement. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994.

Burleigh, Louise. Community Theatre in Theory and Practice. Prefatory Letter by Percy Mackaye. Boston: Little, Brown, 1917.

Burnham, Linda Frye. “The Cutting Edge Is Enormous.” High Performance (Sum- mer 1994): 12—14.

Carey, Alison. Letter to the Editor. The Drama Review 45.3 (Fall 2001): 19—22.

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Coe, Robert. “Verona, Mississippi: Cornerstone Reinvents `Community Theatre' in America.” American Theater 6.5 (May 1989): 14—21, 52—57.

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———. “When the Gown Goes to Town: The Reciprocal Rewards of Fieldwork for Artists.” Theatre Topics 11.1 (2001): 55—62.

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“Connecting Californians.” Los Angeles Area Focus Group. Cornerstone Theater, Los Angeles, CA. 18 November 1999. www.communityarts.net/concal/images/ lafocus.pdf.

Cornerstone. Documentary produced by Michael Kantor and Steve Ives, 1999.

———. Documentary Rolls.

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