Ethnic Theatre in the United States

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 16
  • 1: Armenian-American Theatre 19
  • Bibliography 34
  • 2: Black Theatre 37
  • Bibliography 65
  • 3: Byelorussian-American Theatre 67
  • CONCLUSIONS 92
  • Appendix: Listing of Plays Performed by Byelorussian Theatres in the United States 93
  • Notes 96
  • Notes 98
  • 4: Danish-American Theatre 101
  • Appendix A: Productions of Harmonien in Settle, Washington, from 1906 to 1961 110
  • Appendix B: Flays Performed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by Various Danish/Norwegian Groups, from 1870-1910 114
  • Appendix C: Plays Performed by the Ungdomsforening af 1905 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from 1906 to 1915 116
  • Appendix D: Performances in Chicago by the Danish Young People's Society, from c. 1914 to 1945 117
  • Notes 118
  • Bibliography 118
  • 5: Finnish-American Theatre 119
  • Bibliography 135
  • 6: French Theatre in Louisiana 139
  • Bibliography 163
  • 7: German-American Theatre 175
  • Bibliography 188
  • 8: Hungarian-American Theatre 191
  • Bibliography 215
  • 9: Irish-American Theatre 221
  • Bibliography 234
  • 10: Italian - American Theatre 237
  • Bibliography 275
  • 11: Latvian-American Theatre 277
  • Bibliography 317
  • 12: Lithuanian-American Theatre 319
  • Bibliography 331
  • 13: Mexican-American Theatre 335
  • Bibliography 352
  • 14: Native American Theatre 355
  • Bibliography 376
  • 15: Polish-American Theatre 387
  • Bibliography 416
  • 16: Puerto Rican Theatre on the Mainland 419
  • Bibliography 444
  • 17: Slovak-American Theatre 447
  • Appendix A: Early Use of Slovak in Drama 475
  • Appendix B: Slovak Performances and Directors in Binghamton, New York, 1902-1919 477
  • Notes 481
  • Bibliography 485
  • 18: Swedish-American Theatre 491
  • Notes 515
  • Notes 520
  • 19: Ukrainian-American Theatre 525
  • Conclusion 541
  • Appendix: Ukrainian Theatre Companies (by Year Organized and Location) 545
  • Notes 546
  • Bibliography 547
  • 20: Yiddish Theatre 549
  • Bibliography 582
  • Index 589
  • About the Contributors 601
  • About the Editor 607
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