â[Williams's] plays have brought the experience of black urban youth onto the stage' Observer
Sucker Punch: 'As usual with Williams, the dialogue is crisp and bespoke: motives are mixed, nobody is a hero, nothing is just black and white.' The Times
Joe Guy: âWilliams's dialogue ricochets around the stage like gunfire . . . energetic, exciting and entertaining.' Stage
Category B: âCategory B is a harrowing play, but one shot through with both dark humour and tentative flickers of hope'. Daily Telegraph
Baby Girl: âThe shocking thing about Roy Williams's Baby Girl is that it argues that there is a cyclical pattern to teenage pregnancy . . . Williams paints a rivetingly plausible picture of a world in which mothers and daughters are sexual rivals, âvirgin' is the ultimate peer insult and the school gates are a fertile hunting ground for male predators.' Guardian
There's Only One Wayne Matthews: 'Williams's writing is punchy . . . Wayne's gradual understanding of the realities of the world make this a touching coming-of-age drama.' Guardian
About: â[Williams's] plays have brought the experience of black urban youth onto the stage' ObserverSucker Punch: 'As usual with Williams, the dialogue is crisp and bespoke: motives are mixed, nobody is a hero, nothing is just black and white.
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