1000 Ways a Black Woman Dies: Stories from the Waiting Room is an original play written by Britney Lee-Anne Mallebranche. The story surrounds a group of women having an “AA” styled group therapy session. They are in some type of waiting room, waiting for final judgement after death. The women share the stories of their deaths as well as having many side conversations throughout. Mallebranche wrote this 45-minute piece as a apart of Bridgewater State University’s Adrian Tinsley Undergraduate Research Program.
Prof. Miranda Giurleo, Thesis Advisor
Prof. Sarah Bedard, Committee Member
Prof. Emmet Buhmann, Committee Member
Mallebranche, Britney Lee-Anne. (2022). 1000 Ways A Black Woman Dies: Stories from the Waiting Room, An original play. In BSU Honors Program Theses and Projects. Item 549. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/honors_proj/549
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