Friday, February 08, 2008

Norman Gee--Part 8 (4:12)

Friday, February 01, 2008

Norman Gee--Part 7 (3:58)

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Norman Gee--Part 6 (3:26)

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Norman Gee--Part 5 (6:28)

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Norman Gee--Part 4 (7:05)

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Norman Gee--Part 3 (6:14)

In part three, Gee starts by explaining the impetus for starting the Oakland Public Theatre. Next he tackles the thorny issue of ethnicity in theatre in the Bay Area. He mentions Shotgun Players, California Shakespeare Company and African American Shakespeare Company.

Part 3 Ethnicity and Theatre
Part 3 - Very Close to CD-Quality MPEG-4 (Broadband) (8.8M)
Part 3 - High Quality MPEG-4 (ISDN) (4.5M)
Part 3 - Highest Quality MPEG-4 available for Dial_up (2.8M)

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Norman Gee--Part 2 (6:56)

Introducing other authors whose works will be read during the performances, Gee explains their relationship to Wright. Gee references Richard Wright's, Black Boy and Native Son, James Baldwin's Notes of a Native Son, Chester Himes an author, Ollie Harrington, a cartoonist, and Harrington's book of essays titled Why I Left America.

Part 2--Richard Wright: Audience and Message
Part 2 - Very Close to CD-Quality MPEG-4 (Broadband) (9.8M)
Part 1 - High Quality MPEG-4 (ISDN) (5M)
Part 1 - Highest Quality MPEG-4 available for Dial_up (3.1M)