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Influential play about Black family life in the inner city by Lorraine Hansberry. First performed in 1959.
Another print copy
Dramatic prose poem about Black women's experiences by Ntozake Shange. First published in 1975.
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1977 play by Japanese American writer Wakako Yamauchi depicting an Issei woman's rebellion. E-book.
Award-winning play about a crime of passion by Singapore playwright Chay Yew. First performed in 1992.
Play about racism and nationalism by British playwright Roy Williams. Originally published in 2002.
2003 play about the Black experience in Britain's inner cities by Kwame Kwei-Armah.
Play by Trey Anthony set in a West Indian hair salon in Toronto. First published in 2005.
Korean American identity play by Young Jean Lee. First performed in 2006.
Play by Tarell Alvin McCraney depicting a struggle between brothers in Louisiana. Originally published in 2007. E-book.
Play by Lynn Nottage set in war-torn Congo. Ruined won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2009.
By the same playwright: Sweat (2017)
2017 play by UK-based playwright Inua Ellams. Barber Shop Chronicles is set in Black barber shops in five cities. E-book.
Award-winning romantic comedy by Qui Nguyen about how his parents met after the Vietnam War. From 2017.
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