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Honors 11: Baraka’s “The Revolutionary Theater” and Dutchman

You spent time in small groups today discussing and taking some notes on Baraka’s essay, “The Revolutionary Theater” using these questions as a guide. We will debrief tomorrow before discussing his short, two-scene play you began in class and finished … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Fences Wrap up + Intro to Rev. Theatre

Third hour lost some time today due to the lock down drill, but we spent the majority of the hour discussing and adding notes to our Fences discussion guide before submitting it to the inbox for points. Afterwards, I quickly … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Fences Discussion Cont. + Intro to “Incident” by Baraka/Cullen

We started the hour discussing the remaining time in class and what we still have to do before the end of the semester. I will give you final exam reviews on Monday. We then watched this interview with Denzel Washington … Continue reading

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Honors 11: African American Theatre and August Wilson

Second hour finished the conversation from Wednesday, and first hour was able to delve briefly into Coates’ ideas concerning the social construction of race. We then transitioned into taking notes on the history of African American theater (briefly ~10+ minutes), … Continue reading

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