See also Theatre and African Culture.
Austin Asagba (editor). Cross Currents in African Theatre. Osasu Publishers. 2001. 308pp. Essays.
Kwabena N. Bame. Come to Laugh: African Traditional Theatre in Ghana. New York: Lilian Barber Press. 1985. 190pp.
Martin Banham; James Gibbs; Femi Osofisan (editor). African Theatre: Playwrights & Politics. Indiana University Press. 2001. 291pp.
Martin Banham (editor). A History of Theatre in Africa. Cambridge University Press. 2004. 478pp. Essays.
Karin Barber; John Collins; Alain Ricard. West African Popular Theatre. Indiana University Press. 1997. 285pp.
L. Dale Byam. Community in Motion: Theatre for Development in Africa. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. 216pp.
Niyi Coker, Jr.. Ola Rotimi's African Theatre: The Development of an Indigenous Aesthetic. Edwin Mellen Press. 2005. 150pp.
John Conteh-Morgan. Theatre and Drama in Francophone Africa: A Critical Introduction. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 243pp.
Lizbeth Goodman. Women, Politics and Performances in South African Theatre Today. Routledge. 1999. 124pp.
Scott Kennedy. In Search of African Theatre. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1973. 306pp.
David Kerr. African Popular Theatre: From Pre-colonial Times to the Present Day. James Currey. 1995. 278pp.
Bhekizizwe Peterson. Monarchs, Missionaries, and African Intellectuals: African Theatre and the Unmaking of Colonial Marginality. Africa World Press. 2000. 300pp.
Jane Plastow (editor). African Theatre: Women. Indiana University Press. 2002. 178pp.
Jane Plastow. African Theatre and Politics: The Evolution of Theatre in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zimbabwe: A Comparative Study. Rodopi. 1996. 286pp.
Kamal Salhi (editor). African Theatre for Development: Art for Self-Determination. Intellect Books. 1998. 194pp.
George A. Thompson, Jr.. A Documentary History of the African Theatre. Northwestern University Press. 1998. 254pp.
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