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Antush, John V. Performing Arts/Dance, Puerto Ricans, New York (State), American Contemporary Drama, Hispanic American Literature, Performing Arts, Plays, Drama, Puerto Rican authors, Caribbean & Latin American, Theater - Playwriting, American drama, Drama, New York. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on August 21, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
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Home Browse Books Book details, Recent Puerto Rican Theater: Five Plays from New. Recent Puerto Rican Theater: Five Plays from New York. Hispanic theater's gran florecimiento in New York City during the sixties and the seventies continued unabated through the eighties. Now, though the bloom has faded somewhat, Hispanic theater moves into the nineties stronger than ever with a firm sense of purpose to forge a new understanding of what it means to be a Latino in the United States. The quite considerable contributions of Puerto Ricans, however, have been subsumed under the not very precise categories of Hispanic, Latino, Caribbean, and Latin American.
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The works included in "Nuestra New York" cover the historical continuity of. .
The works included in "Nuestra New York" cover the historical continuity of Puerto Rican theater from the 1950s to the 1990s and a wide range of styles and themes. Despite its strong presence in the New York theater over the past forty years - from Roberto Rodriguez Suarez's breakthrough 1958 play, "The Betrothal, " to the recent off-Broadway success of Jose Rivera's "Marisol" - the distinct identity of has gone largely unrecognized.
Antush, John, ed. Recent Puerto Rican Theatre: Five Plays from New York. SPRING 1992 209 Miller, John C. "Contemporary Hispanic Theatre in New York. Houston: Arte Público Press, 1991. Chavez, Denise and Feyder, Linda, eds. Shattering the Myth: Plays by Hispanic Women. Houston: Arte Público Press, 1992. In Kanellos, Hispanic Theatre in the United States.
Distributed Titles /Cinema and Theater. John V. Antush, ed. Includes works by Roberto Rodríguez Suárez, Oscar A. Colón, Carmen Rivera, and Eva López, among others. Nuestro New York: An Anthology of Puerto Rican Plays. ISBN: 0-451-62868-3 566pp.
Puerto Ricans have both immigrated and migrated to New York City. The first group of Puerto Ricans immigrated to New York City in the mid-19th century when Puerto Rico was a Spanish colony and its people Spanish subjects. The following wave of Puerto. The following wave of Puerto Ricans to move to New York City did so after the Spanish–American War in 1898
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Geographic Name: New York (. Personal Name: Antush, John V. by Audrey Brassloff ; foreword by Paul Preston.