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The Resource Creating frames : contemporary Indigenous theatre 1967-1990, by Maryrose Casey

Creating frames : contemporary Indigenous theatre 1967-1990, by Maryrose Casey

Label
Creating frames : contemporary Indigenous theatre 1967-1990
Title
Creating frames
Title remainder
contemporary Indigenous theatre 1967-1990
Statement of responsibility
by Maryrose Casey
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
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Casey, Maryrose
Dewey number
792.0899915
Illustrations
portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Theater
  • Australian drama
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Davis, Jack
Label
Creating frames : contemporary Indigenous theatre 1967-1990, by Maryrose Casey
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography. p.[323]-358
Contents
Single voices: Nindethana -- Collective beginnings 1972: organising collectively, Black Theatre in Sydney, the National Black Theatre, the aftermath of 1972 -- The critic's response: framing the work, issues are too familiar, the language, the unfamiliar without comment, who speaks? -- A precedent 1973-1977: good ideas cost money, National Seminar on Aboriginal Arts, The Black Theatre Arts and Cultural Centre in Redfern, "The Cake Man", frustrated hopes, "Here comes the Nigger", opening new doors, breaking into the mainstream -- Jack Davis and Noongar theatre 1978-1986 : creating new frames: Melyarn (calling out, singing out): Kullark, The Dreamers, No Sugar, Honey Spot, Kwadjat kurl (going forward) -- On the way to a Bran Nue Dae 1986-1990: Creative challenges, national and regional, organising nationally, the Aboriginal National Theatre Trust, the Bicentenary, organising locally: Bran Nue Dae, the work continues -- Framed by Reconciliation: Creative control: 1990-1997: Regional companies and national festivals, the political 1990s, Indigenous theatre companies, project-based productions and collaborations, festivals, 1990s in frame -- Appendices: Chronology of productions and publications, who's who
Control code
000025044598
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 372 p.
Isbn
9780702234323
Other physical details
ports.
Label
Creating frames : contemporary Indigenous theatre 1967-1990, by Maryrose Casey
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography. p.[323]-358
Contents
Single voices: Nindethana -- Collective beginnings 1972: organising collectively, Black Theatre in Sydney, the National Black Theatre, the aftermath of 1972 -- The critic's response: framing the work, issues are too familiar, the language, the unfamiliar without comment, who speaks? -- A precedent 1973-1977: good ideas cost money, National Seminar on Aboriginal Arts, The Black Theatre Arts and Cultural Centre in Redfern, "The Cake Man", frustrated hopes, "Here comes the Nigger", opening new doors, breaking into the mainstream -- Jack Davis and Noongar theatre 1978-1986 : creating new frames: Melyarn (calling out, singing out): Kullark, The Dreamers, No Sugar, Honey Spot, Kwadjat kurl (going forward) -- On the way to a Bran Nue Dae 1986-1990: Creative challenges, national and regional, organising nationally, the Aboriginal National Theatre Trust, the Bicentenary, organising locally: Bran Nue Dae, the work continues -- Framed by Reconciliation: Creative control: 1990-1997: Regional companies and national festivals, the political 1990s, Indigenous theatre companies, project-based productions and collaborations, festivals, 1990s in frame -- Appendices: Chronology of productions and publications, who's who
Control code
000025044598
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 372 p.
Isbn
9780702234323
Other physical details
ports.

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