Babylon girls : black women performers and the shaping of the modern / Jayna Brown.

"Babylon Girls is a groundbreaking cultural history of the African American women who performed in variety shows - chorus lines, burlesque revues, cabaret acts, and the like - between 1890 and 1945. Through a consideration of the gestures, costuming, vocal techniques, and stagecraft developed b...

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Main Author: Brown, Jayna, 1966-
Format: eBook
Published: Durham : Duke University Press, [2008]


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Call Number: PN2286 .B76 2008
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