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George C. Wolfe's iconic play on the black experience of the 1980s.

 

The Colored Museum has electrified, discomforted, and delighted audiences of all colors, redefining our ideas of what it means to be black in contemporary America.

Its eleven "exhibits" undermine black stereotypes old and new, and return to the facts of what being black means. " Mr. Wolfe is the kind of satirist who takes no prisoners. The shackles of the past have been defied by Mr. Wolfe's fearless humor, and it's a most liberating revolt!" - Frank Rich, The New York Times; "Brings forth a bold new voice that is bound to shake up blacks and whites with separate-but-equal impartiality. True satire." - Jack Kroll, Newsweek.

 

GEORGE COSTELLO WOLFE is an American playwright and director of theater and film. He won a Tony Award in 1993 for directing Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and another Tony Award in 1996 for his direction of the musical Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk.

 

  • Publisher: Grove Press
  • Publish Date: January 12, 1994
  • Pages: 680
  • Dimensions: 5.43 X 7.95 X 0.32 inches | 0.2 pounds
  • Language: English
  • Type: Paperback
  • EAN/UPC: 9780802130488
  • BISAC Categories: American - General
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