“Appearances,” By Garland Anderson | Broadway

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By David Jordan Jr

“Appearances,” by Garland Anderson, was the first full-length drama by a Negro to be presented on Broadway. It opened at the Frolic Theatre in New York on October 13, 1925, and received great reviews; but it only had twenty three performances.. However the play later had two more productions in New York, and it also played in London.