Reframing the musical : race, culture and identity /

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London : Red Globe Press,, United Kingdom , p.1 online resource (241 pages). (2019)


Musical theater, Musicals, Race in musical theater., Social aspects.


'Superman/Sidekick': White Storytellers and Black Lives in The Fortress of Solitude (2012).- Hamilton (2015): Restaging a Revolution at the Expense of Black Revolt.- Rebuilding Posterity: Savion Glover's Choreography of Shuffle Along, Or The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 And All That Followed (2015).- Black Conductors Make History on the Great 'White' Way: The Lost Labours of the Musical Director in Musical Theatre.- Creating a Theatrical Legacy: Examining Oscar Hammerstein II's British Legacy.- Beyond Rue Pigalle: Ada 'Bricktop' Smith as Muse, Mentor, and Maker of Transatlantic Musical Theatre.- 'Dedicated to the Proposition...', Raising Cultural Consciousness in the Musical, Hair (1967).- 'Till We Find Our Place': Understanding The Lion King (1997) as a Vital Trope of Civic and Racial Presence in the New Millennium.- The Evolution of Musical Theatre in Spain Throughout the 20th and 21st Centuries.- Philippine Theatricality and the Aestheticization of Politics in David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's Here Lies Love.- 'Am I Just Like You?' Musematic Relationships in Jeanine Tesori's Score for Fun Home (2015).- 'What about love?': Claiming and Re-Claiming LGBTQ+ Spaces in 21st Century Musical Theatre.