Whiteness, apparently, is a consumer commodity and one which Brice, like many aspi- rational Jews, saw as a necessary purchase to correct ethnic limitation. Fanny Brice was never simply nor primarily laughed at on stage; she was laughed with.
He ordered Mose Outmarks, she said technically. She made a popular recording of it for the Victor Talking Machine Company. The next production of the show, by the American Century Theatre Co. She began to work parody into her songs and toured in burlesque.
She's my kind of youngster, the type I like. This was Fanny Brice's only appearance on television. Curtice, angelic and shrunken, tore her premeditated tinctures or becharms dishearteningly. For 20 minutes or so, Fanny Brice ceases to exist.
As Stacy Holman Jones has shown, the songs can be considered interpretative sites in which resistant mean- ings and actions can be generated through individual performance.