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by James Fisher

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Author:
James Fisher
ISBN13:
978-0786434183
ISBN:
078643418X
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Publisher:
McFarland (November 18, 2008)
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James Fisher heads the theatre department at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro

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we Will Be Citizens book. we Will Be Citizens": New Essays on Gay and Lesbian Theatre. A dozen essays by a range of established scholars and performing artists address issues in post-1969 American gay and lesbian theatre and drama, the period after the raid at the Stonewall Inn helped spawn a "gay revolution.

A dozen essays by a range of established scholars and performing artists address issues in post-1969 American gay and lesbian theatre and drama, the period after the raid at the Stonewall Inn helped spawn a "gay revolution.

A dozen essays by a range of established scholars and performing artists address issues in post–1969 American gay and lesbian theatre and drama, the period after the raid at the Stonewall Inn helped spawn a gay revolution

A dozen essays by a range of established scholars and performing artists address issues in post–1969 American gay and lesbian theatre and drama, the period after the raid at the Stonewall Inn helped spawn a gay revolution. The collection covers playwrights, millennial dramatists, and actors while exploring the history of gay-themed theatre and drama, the breadth of stage roles, and the dramatic representation of homosexual characters from various perspectives

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Description this book A dozen essays by a range of established scholars and performing artists address issues in post-1969 American gay and lesbian theatre and drama, the period after the raid at the Stonewall Inn helped spawn a gay revolution. The collection covers playwrights, millennial dramatists, and actors while exploring the history of gay-themed theatre and drama, the breadth of stage roles, and the dramatic representation of homosexual characters from various perspectives.

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We Will Be Citizens": New Essays on Gay and Lesbian Theatre. Lesbian and gay movements are increasingly demanding equal rights of citizenship on the grounds of being the 'same' as most heterosexuals [Show full. Jefferson: McFarland, 2008. Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 1993. Jefferson, NC: McFarland &, 2008. The Longman Anthology of Drama and Theater: A Global Perspective. New York: Longman, 2001. Eroticism and Death in Theatre and Performance. Hatfield, Hertfordshire: University of Hertfordshire, 2010. New Gay Theater Has More Love Than Politics.

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A dozen essays by a range of established scholars and performing artists address issues in post-1969 American gay and lesbian theatre and drama, the period after the raid at the Stonewall Inn helped spawn a gay revolution. The collection covers playwrights, millennial dramatists, and actors while exploring the history of gay-themed theatre and drama, the breadth of stage roles, and the dramatic representation of homosexual characters from various perspectives. These include the impact of AIDS, contemporary American politics, images of homophobia, gay-themed plays aimed at Theatre for Youth audiences, and other topics.