Testifyin': contemporary African Canadian drama, Volume 2

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Djanet Sears
Playwrights Canada Press, 2003 - Drama - 630 pages
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Volume II features critical introductions to each of the 11 plays, which include: Angelique by Lorena Gale; Consecrated Ground by George Boyd; Common Man’s Guide to Loving Women by Andrew Moodie; El Paso by Michael Miller; and Adventures of a Brown Girl in Search of a God by Djanet Sears.

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A Common Mans Guide to Loving Women
Jean and Dinah Who Have Been Locked Away in a World
A Jazz Libretto in Three Cantos
voices of black womyn
Somebody Somebodys Returning
two womyn black griots
Consecrated Ground
The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of

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About the author (2003)

Djanet Sears is a Toronto playwright, director, and actor. She is the author of the highly acclaimed "Afrika Solo", which has toured extensively and was broadcast on CBC Radio's Morningside. "Harlem Duet", originally workshopped at New York City's Joseph Papp Public Theatre, was produced by Toronto's Nightwood Theatre and premiered at the Tarragon Theatre in April, 1997.