Native Americans As Shown on the Stage, 1753-1916

Hardcover | June 1, 1990

byEugene Jones

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Here, for the first time, the entire range of plays, musicals, ballets, operas, and pantomimes featuring Native American characters is analyzed in detail. With a playlist of over 300 titles, bibliography, and index.

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Here, for the first time, the entire range of plays, musicals, ballets, operas, and pantomimes featuring Native American characters is analyzed in detail. With a playlist of over 300 titles, bibliography, and index.

Eugene Jones's career (MA, City College; Ph.M., Ph.D., theater, CUNY Graduate Center) has included stints as stage manager and director in professional theater, opera, and ballet, copy editor in the book publishing industry, and director in regional, community, and academic theater. Indians in life and on the stage have been an abidin...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:209 pages, 8.82 × 5.6 × 0.7 inPublished:June 1, 1990Publisher:Scarecrow Press

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ISBN - 10:0810820404

ISBN - 13:9780810820401

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... fascinating.... examines a form of American drama against the social, political, and technological changes in American life, and in the process opens doors and windows everywhere else.-John H. Stroupe, Comparative Drama... high marks for this book in scholarship and analysis- Jones' treatment of the subject is original, extensive, consistent and coherent.-Victor Leo Walker, II, Theatre Studies