The Jamaican Stage, 1655-1900: Profile of a Colonial Theatre

By Errol Hill

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This work here offers an account of the Jamaican stage, arguably the most prominent theatre of its king in the British colonies through 1900. Errol Hill discusses the struggle to maintain viable professional troupes, and the emergence of an indigenous theatre. He documents the plays written and produced through the end of the 19th century, presenting them against the backg This work here offers an account of the Jamaican...

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May 14th 2014 by University of Massachusetts Press

(first published April 1st 1992)

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