Dictionary of the Black Theatre: Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Selected Harlem Theatre

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SONG INDEX
Accepting the Tolls, 167
Ace of Spades, 12
Ada, 135
Afghanistan, 20
African Dance, 132
African Dip, 148
African Sequence, 15
African Whoopee, 12
Africana Stomp, 4
After You've Gone, 104, 119, 199
Ain't It a Shame, 118
Ain't It the Truth, 91
Ain't Love Grand, 54
Ain't Marryin' Nobody, 128
Ain't Misbehavin', 5, 79, 254
Ain't No Party, 55
Ain't Puttin' Out Nothin', 41
Ain't That Something, 167
Ain't We Got Love, 162
Ain'tcha Glad You Got Music?, 84
Alabamy, 81
Alaiyo, 132
Alexander's Ragtime Wedding Day, 101
All Coons Look Alike to Me, 216
All I Need, 53
All the Same to Me, 36
All the Wrongs You've Done Me, 44
Allus De Same in Dixie, 156
Always on the Job, 101
Amen Response, 172
American Dream, The, 90
Amorous Star, The, 156
And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going, 55
And They All Call the Hatter Mad, 36
And This Is My Beloved, 168
Angel Song, 118
Anna, 12
Another Day, 73
Another Time, Another Place, 96
Answer Is No, The, 24
Answer My Heart, 84
Answers You Don't Expect to Get, 3
Antiquity, 90
Any Old Place in Yankee Land Is Good
Enough for Me, 13
Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home, 143
Any Time, 31
Anybody's Man Will Be My Man, 101
Arabian Moon, 149
Aries, 143
As I Go, 165
As I Went Over, 89-90
As Long as the World Rolls On, 135
As the Sunflower Turns to the Sun, 156
As Time Goes By, 261
Ashes and Fire, 52
Ask and You Shall Receive, 143
Astrology, 143
At Peace with the World, 13
At the Barbecue, 180
At the Bottom of Your Heart, 167
At the End of the Day, 17
At the Old Stage Door, 117
At Your Service, 111
Aunt Jemima, 101
Away from Temptation, 165
Baby, I Could Do It for You, 180
Baby Mine, 111
Baby Wants, 111
Back in the Kitchen, 73
Bad Whitey, 167
Baddest Mammyjammy, 143
Bali Ha'i, 212
Ballad for Bimshire, 11
Baltimore Buzz, 60, 148

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Notes xi
  • INTRODUCTION: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE BLACK THEATRE xiii
  • Part 1: THE SHOWS 1
  • A 3
  • B 11
  • B 49
  • E 57
  • F 72
  • G 90
  • H 94
  • H 96
  • H 122
  • H 142
  • H 163
  • H 173
  • H 179
  • H 181
  • Part II: PERSONALITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 183
  • A 185
  • B 186
  • C 193
  • D 199
  • D 202
  • D 203
  • G 209
  • H 212
  • I 220
  • J 221
  • K 227
  • K 229
  • K 230
  • N 238
  • O 240
  • P 240
  • P 242
  • P 246
  • P 250
  • P 252
  • W 253
  • Appendix I: A CHRONOLOGY OF THE BLACK THEATRE 267
  • Appendix II: A DISCOGRAPHY OF THE BLACK THEATRE 279
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 281
  • NAME INDEX 289
  • PLAY AND FILM INDEX 326
  • SONG INDEX 338
  • NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS 357
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