Synopsis

Paper And Stone focuses on the lives of two young black women. Brenda craves independence and is persuaded by Juliet to get away from her domineering mother. As the play progresses we follow the women on a journey through innocence, denial, experince, consciousness and finally self-recognition.

Original production

Opening night: 
21/02/1990
Company:
 
Theatre: 
Original Cast:
Catherine Coffey Juliette
Susan Lycett Martha
Marcia Rose Brenda
Production Team:
Pam Fraser-Solomon Director
Zara Conway Designer
Mario Diekuuroh Choreographer
Rachel Bennett Musical Director
Dee Kyne Lighting Designer

Publications

Title Year Publisher NT Library

Assets

Type Code
Poster Black Cultural Archives, Ephemera/89

Union Catalogue

Link Series Reference Archive Info
Posters (A3) NTC/P/T/1/21/2/001 Future Histories - Black Performance and Carnival Archive
Programme NTC/P/T/1/21/2/002 Future Histories - Black Performance and Carnival Archive  
Flyers NTC/P/T/1/21/2/003 Future Histories - Black Performance and Carnival Archive  
Playscript NTC/P/T/1/21/3 Future Histories - Black Performance and Carnival Archive  
Video Recording NTC/P/T/1/21/5/001 Future Histories - Black Performance and Carnival Archive  
Press reviews NTC/P/T/3/018 Future Histories - Black Performance and Carnival Archive  
Playscript MPS 4479 British Library  
Poster BCA/Ephemera/89 Black Cultural Archives  
Playscript WTC/PS/465 University of Bristol Theatre Collection  
Flyer WTC/TCO/BLA/1 University of Bristol Theatre Collection  
Information Sheet WTC/TCO/BLA/2 University of Bristol Theatre Collection