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A Badge of Honor
A Southern city endures the pains associated with selecting its first African-American policeman. The community has to search for men who can represent the race. It is filled with high drama, humor and a love story.
There are 19 characters. Dancing and singing can be inserted.
A Shout over Jordan
A group of singers in a Southern town put their faith in God and strive to get a Gospel recording contract. At the same time the local citizens fight the Ku Klux Klan to get an antipoverty program and Head Start. While the community is trying to improve itself a good looking young man comes to town and breaks the hearts of all of the women, both the young and the old.
This play is chunked full of history, laughter and high drama as it tells the story that nearly every community expenrienced in the 1960’s when federal anti-poverty funds were provided for Head Start and other programs. Federal funds meant integration. Integration meant a certain clash with the Klan.
The Klan was strong, but God was stronger! 21 characters. 12 scenes. 1965 period costumes.
A principal has the job of bringing pride and discipline to an inner city school that has a reputation for underachievement. It was a tough job. The students called him "Bossman" because in their mind he was the rougest, toughest, meanest, baddest but also the coolest principal in the land.
In the style of Joe Clark's "Lean on me" story, this true story is excellent for school productions. It is filled with excitement, laughter, antics and a few very tense moments. 27 Characters. Perfect for schools and community groups. Dancing and singing can be inserted.
Daddy, I'm not going to no black college
A high school student learns the importance of her heritage when making a decision about whether to attend a historically black college
Honey Babe's Treasure
A school teacher becomes homeless after her six children and husband die in a house fire. In her homelessness she finds strength in God and saves money to help the children of the community. 21 Characters. Many non-speaking parts can be added. Dancing and singing can be added. There are 21 characters
I Am Somebody
his play will inspire young people to achieve despite their poverty or past mistakes. It utilizes quotes from famous leaders in the African-American community as well as stars of stage, screen and the sports arena to remind today’s youth of their rich heritage and potential to succeed. 10 characters. 20 Minutes.
I Felt The Pain
This play by Reverend William Wilmore tells the story of several heroes of the civil rights movement. It is easy to produce and perfect for your Black History Program.
I Wants to Be Free!
This play tells the story of the quest of the slaves on a Southern Plantation to be free, by any means necessary. They prayed, ran away and even became mistresses, if it meant getting free one day! There are 17 characters
If Anybody Asks you Who I Am
The play looks at the various names Blacks have called themselves since slavery ranging from "Nigger" to African-American and how those names reflected our quest for freedom at that time. Each speaker tells the story of our struggle as it relates to the names we were called and the names we called ourselves. It finally concludes that all of our successes have come from God. There are 9 characters
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