Theatre of Black Women
Founded by Bernadine Evaristo, Patricia Hilaire and Paulette Randall all playwrights and actresses who trained at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama, Theatre of Black Women (TBW) was a small scale touring company. The company defined themselves as 'Black Feminist' and their work often engaged in debates about the historical exclusion of black women from the women's movement.
|Dimple Godiwala, ed. Alternatives Within The Mainstream: British Black and Asian Theatres||2006||Cambridge Scholars Press||No|
|Gabriele Griffin, Contemporary Black and Asian Women Playwrights in Britain||2003||Cambridge University Press||No|
|Paul Carter Harrison, Victor Leo Walker II, and Gus Edwards, eds. Black Theatre: Ritual Performance In The African Diaspora||2002||Temple University Press||No|
|Lizbeth Goodman, Feminist Stages: Interviews with Women in Contemporary British Theatre||1993||Routledge||No|