Back Issues: This Month's Special Offer

On occasion, Black Masks makes different back issue collection sets available at special discount rates. Take advantage of these offers to complete your overall Black Masks collection or to focus on a special topic of interest to you. This month we offer the following set:


Vol. 13, No. 1:

  • BTN's Lundeana Thomas: Bringing Black Theatre to China

  • Donna Walker-Kuhne: Marketing/Audience Development Wiz
  • Shanghai on Stage


Vol. 13, No. 3:

  • The Child in Me: Kelsey E. Collie

  • Redefining, Restructuring, Revitalizing HBCU Theatre
  • The IFFM Takes Manhattan
  • AUDELCO Salutes Playwrights


Vol. 14, No. 3:

  • Ethel Pitts Walker: Teaching Life Through Theatre

  • The Creative Classroom: A Case Study
  • Black World for Black Theatre Research


Vol. 15, No. 6:

  • Ntozake Shange/BTN's Mikell Pinkney: Artistic Fusion

  • Javon Johnson: Fathers and Sons
  • Timekeepers of the Flame: Passing on the Torch


Vol. 16, No. 1:

  • Educator and Theatre Activist: Dr. Vernell A. Lillie

  • Cross-Cultural Casting in The Amen Corner
  • NBTF Co-Chairs: Phylicia Rashad and Malcolm Jamal Warner


Vol. 17, No. 6:

  • Dr. Winona Lee Fletcher: The Touch of an Angel

  • Kenneth Daugherty: Enduring Worth
  • Black Theatre in the Hands of Generation X


Vol. 18, No. 2:

  • In the Beginning: Concept East

  • The Detroit Connection: The Circle Unbroken and Lloyd Richards
  • Plowshares Theatre Company
  • Ron Allen's Macrocosm of the Mind


Vol. 24, No. 1:

  • Eileen J. Morris: Nationally Recognized Artistic Director

  • Racially Integrating the American Theatre: Part II
  • National Black Theatre Festival 2017: A Postscript


Vol. 24, No. 2:

  • Kathy Perkins: A Tale of Two Passions

  • August Wilson Society Colloquium Scores Big in Pittsburgh
  • In Memoriam: Gertrude Jeannette, Ted Shine, Reg E. Cathey


Vol. 24, No. 3:

  • A Pedagogy of Inclusion: BTN's Dr. Paul Jackson

  • Meeting the Challenges: Charles Weldon and the NEC
  • Ron OJ Parson: A Legacy of Good Work and Influencing Others


Vol. 24, No. 4:

  • Sandra G. Shannon: Making Time Your Friend

  • Across the Pond: BlackTheatre in London
  • In Memoriam: Roger Robinson, Lonnie Sattin, Ntozake Shange, and Charles Weldon



Or by Mail

Select which option you want: a complete set with binder (indicate white or black) for $35; a complete set without binder for $25; a half set for $12.50; or a single issue for $4.00 (indicate which issues you want). Send a check or money order to:

Black Masks
P.O. Box 6642
Tallahassee, FL 32314

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