In college, I was introduced to black playrights for the first time, and through an African American Theatre class, I explored the classic works of August Wilson, Lorraine Hansberry, Lynn Nottage, and many other black playwrights that gave voice to the Black American experience and storytelling.

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Black Theatre USA Plays by African Americans From 1847 to 1938.

The Black Theatrical Ensemble put on a monologue performance on Feb.

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Click below for a digital copy of Free Space, the full-length dark comedy from which the Dog Toenail monologue comes. .


Mar 7, 2023 The Oberon book of monologues for Black actors classical and contemporary speeches from Black British plays monologues for men. Feb 5, 2015. .

Tarrelll Alvin McCraneys The Brothers Size. Adrienne Kennedy. He was ordained a minister at the age of nineteen, graduated from Morehouse College in 1948, Crozer Theological Seminary in 1951, and received his doctorate from Boston University in 1955. . - The New York Times. .

Feb 1, 2000 Voices of Color is a trailblazing collection of scenes and monologues by African American playwrights.

A librarian at the New York Public Library, Anderson was a key member of the Harlem Renaissance. Adrienne Kennedy gained prominence during the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 1970s.


The Monologue Project (TMP) is an online resource featuring 30 original monologues from nationally recognized playwrights.

Jun 28, 2020 The plays included are In the Blood by Suzan-Lori Parks, Civil Sex by Brian Freeman, The Dark Kalamazoo by Oni Faidi Lampley, Jitney by August Wilson, Insurrection Holding History by Robert O.