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Chicano Drama: Performance, Society and Myth
Acknowledgements List of illustrations Introduction 1. Mythos or mitos: the roots of a Chicano mythology 2. Mystery or miracle: bodiless heads and conversations with the dead 3. Redemption: lookingExpand
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The Theatre Journal Auto / Archive: Jorge Huerta, Ph.D.
In July of 1990, I wrote an op-ed for The Chronicle of Higher Education, entitled “Colleges Should Expose Their Students to the Tradition of Hispanic-American Theater.” In that essay I argued forExpand
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Chicano Theater: Themes and Forms
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Chicano Teatro: A Background.
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Luis Valdez's Zoot Suit: A New Direction for Chicano Theatre?
On March 25, 1979, the first Latino Play to be produced on Broadway opened at the Wintergarden Theatre: Zoot Suit, written and directed by Luis Valdez. Luis Valdez, who had founded the world-famousExpand
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When Sleeping Giants Awaken: Chicano Theatre in the 1960s
The term “Chicano” is as politically charged today as it was in the 1960s, when contemporary Chicano Theatre was born. No one can trace the etymology of the term, which is neither Spanish norExpand
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