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IntroductionThe Broadway Musical and Ethnic
FoundationsThe Roots of the Postwar Musical in History
A Question of Values Whose?
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American culture American dream American musical theatre American values Amish Anna Anna's assimilation audience authority Bordman Brigadoon Broadway musical Cable Canfield Chapter character Chinese Cohan conflict dance dominant dramatic ethnic community ethnic cultures ethnic groups ethnic musical father Fiddler filial piety Finian Finian's Rainbow freedom Gordon immigrant experience integrative musical Irish Irving Berlin Jamie Jeff Jewish King king's Kralahome Lady Thiang live look lovers Lute Song melting pot models musical comedy musical of accommodation musical of isolation musical play musical theatre musical's nation Nellie Ninotchka Novak NYTCR Oklahoma operetta Plain and Fancy postwar musicals Rags relationship represents Rodgers and Hammerstein romantic romantic love roots scene seal self-interest sense Siam Siamese Silk Stockings sings social South Pacific stage Statue of Liberty story strange land strangers structural symbol Tchao-Ou-Niang tells tension Tevye theme Tommy traditions Tsai-Yong Tuptim understanding Wang York