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These videos are a part of Sears Eldredge’s groundbreaking investigation of the musical and theatrical performances that occurred in Japanese prisoner of war camps in Southeast Asia during World War II, and the critical role they played in the survival of Allied POWs.
Sears A. Eldredge is Professor Emeritus, Theater and Dance Department, Macalester College.
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Submissions from 2014
Interview with Sears Eldredge, Author of Captive Audiences/Captive Performers, Sears Eldredge
Video Link 6.1: Subversive Gestures, Sears Eldredge
Video Link 8.1. A Closer Look at the Playbill for Yes! Mr. Barry, Sears Eldredge