1968 · New York
by Bullins, Ed, ed.
New York: New York University, School of the Arts. Near Fine. 1968. Vol. 12, No. 4 (T40). Journal. [light scuffing to front cover, otherwise nice and clean with minimal wear]. (B&W photographs, graphics) Special issue devoted to Black Theatre, with articles and other content divided into two sections: "Black Revolutionary Theatre" and "Theatre of Black Experience." Includes contributions by Larry Neal, LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka), Ed Bullins, John O'Neal, Woodie King Jr., and others. Full plays (mostly one-acters) in this issue are: four plays by Ben Caldwell ("Riot Sale, or Dollar Psyche Fake Out"; "The Job"; "Top Secret, or a Few Million After B.C."; "Mission Accomplished"); "The Uncle Toms" (Herbert Stokes); "And We Own the Night" (Jimmy Garrett); "The Bronx is Next" (Sonia Sanchez); "Take Care of Business" (Marvin X); "The Monster" (Ronald Milner); "Home on the Range" (LeRoi Jones); "Police" (Jones); "Johnnas" (Bill Gunn); "Papa's Daughter" (Dorothy Ahmad); "Old Judge Mose is Dead" (Joseph White); "Clara's Ole Man" (Ed Bullins). Also: a directory of Black Theatre Groups in the U.S.; a selected bibliography of Black plays, books and articles related to Black theatre published from January 1960 through February 1968. . (Inventory #: 25714)