BX01080403
Paperback:The Oberon book of monologues for black actors : classical and contemporary speeches from black British plays; monologues for women - volume 1 /:2013 Paperback The Oberon book of monologues for black actors : classical and contemporary speeches from black British plays; monologues for women - volume 1 /
The Oberon book of monologues for black actors : classical and contemporary speeches from black British plays; monologues for women - volume 1 /
Publication year: 2013
Language: English
Media class: Paperback
Publisher: Oberon,
Resource type: Physical
ISBN: 9781783190560 BX01080403
Notes:
Flesh to a Tiger (Barry Reckord) -- Della -- The Death of a Black Man (Alfred Fagon) -- Jackie -- Strange Fruit (Caryl Phillips) -- Mother -- Meetings (Mustapha Matura) -- Jean -- Rose's Story (Grace Dayley) -- Rose -- Chiaroscuro (Jackie Kay) -- Opal -- Back Street Mammy (Trish Cooke) -- Maria -- The Dragon Can't Dance (Earl Lovelace) -- Cleophilda -- Contemporary Monologues -- Mules (Winsome Pinnock) -- Allie -- To Rahtid (Sol B River) -- Mout -- Absolution (Malika Booker) -- Shevaun -- The Gift (Roy Williams) -- Janet -- Shoot 2 Win (Jo Melville, Tracey Daley and Jo Martin) -- Jackie -- B is for Black (Courttia Newland) -- Imani -- Two Step (Rhashan Stone) -- Mona -- Fix Up (Kwame Kwei-Armah) -- Alice -- Gone Too Far! (Bola Agbaje) -- Paris -- Black Crows (Linda Brogan) -- Hazel -- Muhammed Ali and Me (Mojisola Adebayo) -- Mojitola -- Family Man (Rikki Beadle-Blair) -- Nana Grace -- Random (Debbie Tucker-Green) -- Sister -- Identity (Paul Anthony Morris) --
Maureen -- Egusi Soup (Janice Okoh) -- Mrs Anyia -- Chewing Gum Dreams (Michaela Coel) -- Tracey Gordon -- Resurrections in the Season of the Longest Drought ('Biyi Bandele-Thomas) -- Mebude -- Note -- Publications -- Stratford East.
Inspired by both classical and contemporary plays, The Oberon Book of Monologues for Black Actresses gives readers an insight into some of the best cutting-edge plays written by black British playwrights, over the last sixty years. This collection features over twenty speeches by Britain’s most prominent black dramatists. The monologues represent a wide-range of themes, characters, dialects and styles.
Extent: 128 pagesp ; 21cm ; epbk.
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