Staging Black Feminisms explores the development and principles of black British women's plays and performance since the late Twentieth century. Using contemporary performance theory to explore key themes, it offers close textual readings and production analysis of a range of plays, performance poetry and live art works by practitioners.
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LYNETTE GODDARD is a Lecturer in the Department of Drama and Theatre, Royal Holloway, University of London, UKReview:
'...a welcome addition to a growing body of scholarly work on black and Asian theatre in Britain... Goddard's book... helps paint a picture of a richly diverse, provocative, and energetic movement that deserves a significantly bigger place on the stage.' Meenakshi Ponnuswami, Modern Drama
'A major strength is Goddard's attention to black women's performance art and poetry alongside and in relation to theatre, and her readings of the highly innovative work of debbie tucker green... a sensitive and incisive account of a growing body of work.' - Susan Croft, Theatre Research International
'It offers an invaluable critical archiving of work which has had a precarious existence after its staging...Goddard's specialization is impressive and groundbreaking - especially in her insightful restitution of black lesbian texts and performances.' Deirde Osborne, Contemporary Theatre Review
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