Big white fog
Never seen outside America until 2007, Theodore Ward's landmark family drama, Big White Fog, remains as poignant today as it was when it burst upon the Chicago stage in 1937. It later went on to New York, where it was produced by the Negro Playwrights' Company, of which Ward was a co-founder with, among others, Paul Robeson and Langston Hughes.
16 pages matching goes in this book
Results 1-3 of 16
What people are saying - Write a review
Review: Big White FogUser Review - Justin - Goodreads
One of the better pieces of politically activist plays I have read. It avoids the trap of one-dimensional characters and long winded preaching inadequately disguised as dialogue. It promotes its ... Read full review
Review: Big White FogUser Review - Goodreads
An excellent play that came out of the Negro Unit of Chicago's Federal Theatre Project (WPA). Theodore Ward went on to found the Negro Playwrights Company with Langston Hughes, Paul Robeson, et al ...