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Unformatted text preview: Sheppard Randolph Edmonds "The father of black educational theatre Negro Intercollegiate Dramatic Association Southern Association of Dramatic and Speech Arts (SADSA) Controversy over use of make-up Lack of suitable African American plays 1960's: changes in college theatres due to the Black Arts Movement Decline of theatre programs in HBCU's: Television, films, CD's, cyberspace--heavy competition dwindling resources integration meant stiffer competition for students with larger theatre programs Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award...
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- Spring '11