The Revolt of the Evil Fairies

Poston, Ted
April 1942
New Republic;4/6/42, Vol. 106 Issue 14, p458
Presents information about grand dramatic offering of the Booker T. Washington Colored School; Grant of permission to use old Cooper Opera House for the performance; Performance attended by even white folks; Title of the play "Prince Charming and the Sleeping Beauty"; Sixth grade teacher, H. Belle LaPrade rewrote the script every season; Selection of Good and Evil Fairies for the play; Discrimination in selection for roles on the basis of complexion.


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