[Stephanie Mathson interviews playwright Sandra Seaton].

Sandra Seaton, playwright and professor of English at Central Michigan University, talks about her play "The Bridge Party" which dramatizes African-American middle class life in the South before the modern civil rights movement. She also talks about the song cycle for voice and piano from her play,...

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Corporate Author: Vincent Voice Library (Recordist)
Other Authors: Seaton, Sandra (Interviewer)
Mathson, Stephanie M. (Interviewer)
Language:English
Series:Michigan writers series.
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Physical Description:1 online resource (1 audio file (18 min., 35 sec)).
Format: Electronic Software Audio
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Sandra Seaton, playwright and professor of English at Central Michigan University, talks about her play "The Bridge Party" which dramatizes African-American middle class life in the South before the modern civil rights movement. She also talks about the song cycle for voice and piano from her play, "From the diary of Sally Hemings," on which she collaborated with composer William Bolcom. Seaton is interviewed by Michigan State University Library Assistant Stephanie Mathson
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Interviewed at the Michigan State University Libraries and recorded by the Vincent Voice Library.
Call Number:Voice 15304
Playing Time:00:18:35
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Recorded 2002 April 19