III INDIVIDUAL DRAMATISTS
The following playwrights have had at least one drama published since 1959. For
those playwrights with multiple published works, the dramas are listed chronologically.
C1. ABRAMSON, DOLORES
|C1.1. -----. The Light. Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees of Blackness
Comin' at You. Ed.
Sonia Sanchez. New York: 5X Publishing, 1971. n.
The one-act drama examines the proper behavior of black women as seen
by God and by the devil.
Peterson Bernard L. "Abramson, Dolores." Contemporary Black American Playwrights
. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1988.
C2. AHMAD, DOROTHY
|C2.1. -----. "Papa's Daughter." The Drama Review ( Black Theatre Issue) 12 (Summer 1968): 139-145.|
The one-act drama, according to CBAP, "explores the unwholesome relationship that has developed between a father and daughter after the
death of the mother, and the daughter's attempt to cope with this