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📒The Federal Theatre Project In The American South ✍ Cecelia Moore
✏The Federal Theatre Project in the American South Book Summary : The Federal Theatre Project in the American South introduces the people and projects that shaped the regional identity of the Federal Theatre Project. When college theatre director Hallie Flanagan became head of this New Deal era jobs program in 1935, she envisioned a national theatre comprised of a network of theatres across the country. A regional approach was more than organizational; it was a conceptual model for a national art. Flanagan was part of the little theatre movement that had already developed a new American drama drawn from the distinctive heritage of each region and which they believed would, collectively, illustrate a national identity. The Federal Theatre plan relied on a successful regional model – the folk drama program at the University of North Carolina, led by Frederick Koch and Paul Green. Through a unique partnership of public university, private philanthropy and community participation, Koch had developed a successful playwriting program and extension service that built community theatres throughout the state. North Carolina, along with the rest of the Southern region, seemed an unpromising place for government theatre. Racial segregation and conservative politics limited the Federal Theatre’s ability to experiment with new ideas in the region. Yet in North Carolina, the Project thrived. Amateur drama units became vibrant community theatres where whites and African Americans worked together. Project personnel launched The Lost Colony, one of the first so-called outdoor historical dramas that would become its own movement. The Federal Theatre sent unemployed dramatists, including future novelist Betty Smith, to the university to work with Koch and Green. They joined other playwrights, including African American writer Zora Neale Hurston, who came to North Carolina because of their own interest in folk drama. Their experience, told in this book, is a backdrop for each successive generation’s debates over government, cultural expression, art and identity in the American nation.
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📒Red Mountain ✍ Boo Walker
✏Red Mountain Book Summary : Red Mountain in eastern Washington is home to a community of eccentrics. Otis Till, the area's visionary winemaker, has been known to howl at the moon-fully nude. Single mother Margot Pierce moved across the country to build an inn, but so far all she does is binge on gelato, the Hallmark Channel, and fantasies of murdering her ex. High school senior Emilia Forester is the daughter of celebrity parents struggling to build her own life outside of their shadow. And Brooks Baker is a man haunted by his past spent living on the streets as an orphan. Somehow, everyone lives together harmoniously, their lives intertwined like the vines in Red Mountain's beautiful and renowned vineyards. But in a place where everyone knows each other, secrets are like poison...and right now Otis, Margot, Emilia, and Brooks all have something to hide. When their secrets come to light, will their small mountain be stronger for it-or will lives be torn apart? Heartfelt and wonderfully descriptive, Red Mountain is the story of four complicated people living in a beautiful landscape unlike anywhere else. Told from multiple perspectives and rich with vivid descriptions of wine life, this novel will transport you from the first page to the last.
📒Films Set In Brooklyn ✍ Books Llc
✏Films Set in Brooklyn Book Summary : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 82. Chapters: Saturday Night Fever, Goodfellas, Annie Hall, Dog Day Afternoon, The French Connection, Do the Right Thing, Little Fugitive, Once Upon a Time in America, Godzilla, The Warriors, Shortbus, Brooklyn's Finest, Hey Good Lookin', Notorious, Requiem for a Dream, Crooklyn, Two Lovers, Heaven Help Us, Half Nelson, Mo' Better Blues, Shutter, The Bounty Hunter, The Squid and the Whale, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, Then She Found Me, Dead Presidents, We Own the Night, Sophie's Choice, She's Gotta Have It, He Got Game, Mad Hot Ballroom, 9 Weeks, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Sunset Park, The Sentinel, Brooklyn Lobster, Who's the Man?, Vampire in Brooklyn, Clockers, Last Days of Coney Island, Straight Out of Brooklyn, Deuces Wild, Last Exit to Brooklyn, The Lords of Flatbush, Cowboy from Brooklyn, I Was a Teenage Zombie, Cadillac Man, Brooklyn Rules, Our Song, Arranged, Quiet City, The Cult of Sincerity, Smoke, Mutual Appreciation, Speedy, Little Odessa, Joe's Bed-Stuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads, Highball, Monogamy, Brooklyn Force, Brooklyn Matters, Over the Brooklyn Bridge. Excerpt: Goodfellas (stylized as GoodFellas) is a 1990 American crime film directed by Martin Scorsese. It is a film adaptation of the 1986 non-fiction book Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi, who co-wrote the screenplay with Scorsese. The film follows the rise and fall of Lucchese crime family associates Henry Hill and his friends over the course of thirty years from the 1950s to 1980. Scorsese originally intended to direct Goodfellas before The Last Temptation of Christ, but when funds materialized to make Last Temptation, he postponed what was then known as Wise Guy. The title of Pileggi's book had already been used for a TV series and for Brian De Palma's 1986 comedy Wise Guys, so Pileggi and Scorsese changed the name of their film...
📒The Guilt Project ✍ Vanessa Place
✏The Guilt Project Book Summary : An English court in 1736 described rape as an accusation “easily to be made and hard to be proved, and harder to be defended by the party accused, though never so innocent. ”To prove the crime, the law required a woman to physically resist, to put up a “hue and cry,” as evidence of her unwillingness. Beginning in the 1970s, however, feminist and victim-advocacy groups began changing attitudes toward rape so the crime is now seen as violent in itself: the legal definition of rape now includes everything from the sadistic serial rapist to the eighteen-year-old who has consensual sex with a fourteen-year-old. This inclusiveness means there are now more rapists among us. And more of rape’s camp followers: the prison-makers, the community watchdogs, law-and-order politicians, and the real-crime/real-time entertainment industry. Vanessa Place examines the ambiguity of rape law by presenting cases where guilt lies, but lies uneasily, and leads into larger ethical questions of what defines guilt, what is justice, and what is considered just punishment. Assuming a society can and must be judged by the way it treats its most despicable members, The Guilt Project looks at the way the American legal system defines, prosecutes, and punishes sex offenders, how this Dateline NBC justice has transformed our conception of who is guilty and how they ought to be treated, and how this has come to undo our deeper humanity
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