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Fri Mar 21 17:13:59 2014 UTClccn-n791493310.13The Native Americans0.401.00Forging a Native American theatre : the changing form of the plays of Hanay Geiogamah and their use of ritual /73984194Hanay_Geiogamahn 79149331380379lccn-no91011871Turner Home Entertainment (Firm)lccn-n86025057TBS Productions, Incnp-foulkrod, patriciaFoulkrod, Patriciaprdprolccn-n99263162Darby, Jaye T.edtlccn-nr97032669Lucas, Phil1942-2007drtlccn-no2009161706Borden, Johndrtlccn-no2001100656Burdeau, Georgedrtnp-grant, michael$television producerGrant, Michaeltelevision producerprdausnp-grant, michaelGrant, Michaelprdproausnp-robertson, robbieRobertson, RobbieprfGeiogamah, Hanay1945-DramaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcMusicFolkloreIndians of North AmericaAmerican drama--Indian authorsIndian theaterUnited StatesIndians of North America--Intellectual lifeIndiansLiteratureIndian danceNorth AmericaGreat PlainsAmerican Indian Dance TheatreSouthwest, NewIndians of North America--ClothingSouthern StatesDancePacific NorthwestNortheastern StatesIndians of North America--Social life and customsIndian artsIndians in the performing artsIndians of North America--Government relationsIndians of North America--Crimes againstGenocideIroquois IndiansIndians of North America--Ethnic identityCherokee IndiansChickasaw IndiansCreek IndiansSeminole IndiansChoctaw IndiansCrow IndiansComanche IndiansArapaho IndiansKiowa IndiansDakota IndiansIndians of North America--Rites and ceremoniesPowwowsGeiogamah, Hanay,North America--Northwest Coast of North AmericaUnited States, WestVideo tapesUnited States--Southwestern StatesAmerican literature--Indian authorsDance--Study and teachingRitual in literatureApache IndiansIsleta IndiansPima IndiansMohawk IndiansHopi Indians194519801981198319851987198819891990199219931994199519961997199920002002200520062007201020112012459973133812.54PS3557.E357ocn032032163ocn032052459ocn032052531ocn032052285ocn032061047ocn032052392ocn037185975ocn232996972ocn051457727ocn639466645ocn766284538ocn690752830ocn639465593ocn757672921ocn060490596ocn060446330135812ocn005892185book19800.35Geiogamah, HanayNew Native American drama : three playsDramaA compelling set of plays told from an Indian viewpoint. Plays give a glimpse into the reality of Native American life+-+32416615355185ocn032032163visu19940.25The Native AmericansHistoryFolkloreMusicTribal leaders share their rich histories and current challenges in this series. Learn how the events of a turbulent past still impact present issues for Native Americans and all the people of this great land+-+88815153253244884ocn043365917book19990.53Stories of our way : an anthology of American Indian playsDrama+-+15017108453922ocn044590588book20000.59American Indian theater in performance : a readerCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+77017108452334ocn032061047visu19940.23The Plains. fields of grass, seas of bloodHistoryFolkloreA continuation of the history of the Great Plains tribes, including the Crow, Comanche, Sioux, Kiowa, and Arapaho+-+88815153253242206ocn032052285visu19940.20The Northeast give and takeHistoryA history of the Iroquois Confederacy and other tribes of the Northeast, including Mohawk, Seneca, Penobscot, Oneida, and Wampanoag+-+43715153253241983ocn032061185visu19940.21The Southwest white myth, native mythologyHistoryA history of the Pueblo Peoples, including the Hopi, Navajo, Pima, Isleta, and Apache+-+46815153253241703ocn032052459visu19940.22The Southeast no matter how white--HistoryA history of the southeastern tribes, including the Choctaw, Seminole, Chickasaw, Creek, and Cherokee+-+75815153253241674ocn032052531visu19940.21The Far West generous spiritHistoryA history of the northwestern tribes, including the Lummi, Salish, Chumash, Colville, and Yakima. Includes representatives from the Kwakiutl, Lummi, Chumash, Paiute, and Nez Perce providing insight into the origins and culture of their peoples+-+14715153253241639ocn022286893visu19890.39The American Indian Dance Theatre finding the circleMusicPresentation of various American Indian dances performed with Native American drums and music accompaniment. The dancers, in their native costumes and makeup, perform in various settings, including a summer pow wow1311ocn495272762book20100.86American Indian performing arts : critical directions"[The] essays in this new volume on Native performing arts bring much deserved critical attention to a fabulous and diverse group of Native performers and performances. The scope is exciting, both in what the essays focus on -- contemporary Native plays, an early 20th century Sun Dance opera, punk rock band musicians, turn-of-the-century jazz bands, contemporary modern dance -- and also in the issues the authors raise and consider. These include ways of acknowledging the spiritual power of Native performance in contemporary settings, as well as tendencies to exotify; the power of performance to transform, and the difference between this and concepts of theatricality as mimesis; tribally specific rhetorics for reading and staging works previously filtered through other frames; appropriation and encroachment, codes of conduct in Native theater production, and the possibilities of Native/non-Native collaboration. Discussion of some commonalities that many Native performances share weave throughout, such as the close interconnections among place, time, memory and language; Indigenous cosmologies; ancestral connections; incisive political critique; sly and wry humor"--Pub. info+-+K7117108451012ocn065468000book20060.86King, Bruce WEvening at the Warbonnet : and other playsDrama+-+0511710845324534ocn035817775visu19930.50The American Indian Dance Theatre dances for the new generationMusicPresentation of various Native American Indian dances performed with Native American drums and music accompaniment. The dancers, in their native costumes and makeup, perform in various settings, including a pow wow481ocn034378855visu19940.18The Native AmericansHistoryA history of the Great Plains tribes, including the Crow, Comanche, Sioux, Kiowa, and Arapaho. Part 1 tells of life before European contact, when the "Buffalo people" lived and died by the sacredness of the bison, a culture based on respectful harmony between man and earth. Part 2 tells how the coming of the horse and the rifle gave the tribes greater mobility and hunting capabilities, but also increased population, violence, and pressure on the environment. Alcohol also proved a devastating influence. Even when banded together, they could not stand against the inexorable spread of the white man and his culture+-+1781515325324471ocn759910095book20110.73Geiogamah, HanayCeremony, spirituality, and ritual in Native American performance : a creative notebook373ocn593503173file20050.96Geiogamah, HanayBody Indian373ocn593503191file20050.96Geiogamah, HanayFoghorn363ocn593495311file20050.96Geiogamah, Hanay49252ocn042512921visu19940.20The PlainsHistoryIntroduces the tribes of the Great Plains beginning at the period of the "Dog Days" and continuing with the coming of the horse that "revolutionized the Native American way of life." Discusses the devastating influence of alcohol, the Sand Creek and Wounded Knee massacres, and the "benefit of using the American political arena to reclaim their heritage." Great Plains tribes include the Crow, Comanche, Sioux, Kiowa, Arapaho and more+-+1781515325324241ocn063156256visu19940.13The Native AmericansA history of the southeastern tribes, including the Choctaw, Seminole, Chickasaw, Creek, and Cherokee+-+758151532532441ocn034806896book19940.92Geiogamah, HanayTeatroDrama42ocn611335566com0.18Hanay Geiogamah : (1945-)Criticism, interpretation, etc32ocn166256086book20020.47Vassar, Andrew PaulHanay Geiogamah, Kiowa-Delaware playwright : a critical biographyBiography11ocn046407570book19941.00Vassar, AndrewForging a Native American theatre : the changing form of the plays of Hanay Geiogamah and their use of ritualCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama11ocn079464478book19951.00American Indian Dance Theatre : Hanay Geiogamah : Eagle dance, Hoop dance+-+4371515325324+-+4371515325324Fri Mar 21 15:58:49 EDT 2014batch17568