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Your Source for Black Theater and Entertainment

Black Masks is a long-established Black theater and entertainment magazine. Created in 1984, this publication has gained the support of both Black theater and entertainment practitioners and audiences. The founder and publishing editor is playwright Beth Turner.

In its thirty-fourth year of publication, Black Masks has subscribers throughout the U.S., and in the Carib-bean. Published quarterly, the magazine features articles on Black performing artists and Black arts groups, and overviews of important Black theater and entertainment issues. Each edition also carries comprehensive listings of current U.S. and occasion-ally international Black theater and entertainment events. The articles in Black Masks are based on original interviews and research. Print subscriptions are only $25 a year. Electronic subscriptions are $20.

Fall 2018

Meeting the Challenges: Charles Weldon and the NEC

Charles Weldon's path in life intersected with the burgeoning Negro Ensemble Company in 1970 when he was cast in a play in their fourth season. Little could he know that thirty-four years later he would take over its helm.

Spring/Summer 2018

Kathy Perkins: A Tale of Two Passions

Her love of lighting design launched her career in theater, but the gaps in scholarship about African Americans working behind the scenes and about underrepresented women playwrights of the African diaspora catapulted Kathy Perkins into history-making research and publication.

Winter 2018

Eileen J. Morris: Nationally Recognized Artistic Director

Her vast experience as a director/artistic director has brought The Ensemble Theatre to a place of excellence while also bringing her the exceptional honor of becoming one of only five women artistic directors nationwide to be recognized by the inaugural BOLD Theater Women's Leadership Circle.

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