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- Introduction Wolf Stacy
- Narratives and ValuesMitchell Morris
- Texts and AuthorsLovensheimer Jim
- Musical Styles and Song ConventionsLaird Paul
- Evolution of Dance in the Golden Age of the American “Book Musical”Gennaro Liza
- Minstrelsy and Theatrical MiscegenationRiis Thomas L.
- Tin Pan Alley Songs on Stage and Screen before World War IIRaymond Knapp and Morris Mitchel
- IntegrationGeoffrey Block
- After the “Golden Age”Sternfeld Jessica and Wollman Elizabeth L.
- Race, Ethnicity, PerformanceDecker Todd
- Gender and Sexuality Wolf Stacy
- The Politics of Region and Nation in American MusicalsBringardner Chase A.
- Class and CultureSavran David
- The Institutional Structure of the American Musical TheaterSanjek David
- Orchestration and Arrangement: Creating the Broadway SoundSymonds Dominic
- Musical Theater DirectorsGrossman Barbara Wallace
- Sets, Costumes, Lights, and SpectacleAnderson Virginia
- ActingClum John
- SingingMorris Mitchell and Knapp Raymond
- Dance and ChoreographyDorsey Zachary
- Box OfficeAdler Steven
- Audiences and CriticsDvoskin Michelle
- Stars and FansReplogle-Wong Holley
- Knowing Your AudienceChapman Jennifer
- Performance, Authenticity, and the Reflexive Idealism of the American Musical Knapp Raymond