Black Girl is a play by American playwright J. E. Franklin. It is a family drama about a young woman who defies expectations and pursues her dream of becoming a dancer.
It was first produced on public television in 1969, followed by NFT’s off-Broadway production in 1971. It was later adapted by the playwright as a feature film that was released the following year, directed by Ossie Davis.
|Stage Manager||Horacena J. Taylor|
|Set Designer||C. Richard Mills|
|Costume Designer||Femi Sarah Heggie|
|Sound Designer||Gary Harris|
|Actor||Arthur French, Jr.|
All 1971-72 Season productions: