Colored contradictions: an anthology of contemporary African-American plays
Twelve plays, written and produced in the 1990s, reveal the energy and innovation of contemporary black theater in works ranging from traditional family dramas to openly gay plays to post-modern experimental dramas, all celebrating the richness of African-American experience and expression. Original.
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The National Black Drama Anthology: Eleven Plays from America's Leading ...
Limited preview - 1995
INTRODUCTION by Harry J ElamJr
FOREWORD by Robert Alexander
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