One-woman show examines Lorraine Hansberry's life

Armstrong, Linda
September 2007
New York Amsterdam News;9/13/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 38, p19
The article reports about a one-woman show "Love to All, Lorraine," created, co-directed by Elizabeth Van Dyke to be performed at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, from September 12-16, 2007. Information is given that Van Dyke herself will play the role of African-American playwright Lorraine Hansberry in the play, mirroring the personal and professional life of Lorraine Hansberry. Material from several creations of Hansberry was taken for the creation of the play.


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