What we needed was a theatre where black artists could decide, promote and oversee their own destiny.
Doug Ward – 1967
We’re back with our 4th issue and we must be doing something right because our readership is increasing monthly. This is gratifying because it tells us that we’re not just whistling in the dark.
We also like comments, opinions and suggestions. It energizes us, makes us want to do better and more.
There is a book by Otto Lindenmeyer called Black History: Lost, Stolen or Strayed. It is a wonderful book and every time I read it I think, “That was true then, but there is no reason for this to be the case now.” We are now in charge of our own destiny, including history. Theatre history specifically. Let us not let it slip away by benign neglect.
Gus Edwards, Chief Editor
Travis Mills, Assistant Editor
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