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Multicultural Theatre: Scenes and Monologs from New Hispanic, Asian, and African-American Plays
by Roger Ellis
In our media-saturated society, multicultural writers have discovered the stage as their medium of choice. These 37 scenes and monologs by new writers of the multicultural experience are certain to inspire actors and directors. The scene selections offer unusually challenging characterizations for virtually any actor or acting student. All selections are for one or two ...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published July 1st 1996 by Pioneer Drama Service
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Holy cow, we've hit the motherload. I love how Roger Ellis categorizes a Phillipine American playwright as Hispanic, even though the play he draws from ("Talk Story" by Jeannie Barroga) very clearly says that the characters are Asian. I get that Ellis is looking at contemporary work, but he draws from sub-par material.