Mashaal Masha
Georgia Douglas Johnson wrote many plays in the 1920s and 1930s. At the time, professional theater companies rarely put on plays by Black women, so few of Johnson’s plays made it to the stage. Only a small number of her plays were published in her lifetime. But that doesn’t mean Johnson never learned what other people thought of her plays. Johnson hosted weekly get-togethers for fellow Black writers and artists in her Washington, D.C., home. Attendees would read and discuss one another’s work, including Johnson’s own. These gatherings could therefore serve as _______

 

Which choice most logically completes the text?
Difficulty: Easy
A: 

an occasion for professional theater companies to put on plays.

B: 

an opportunity for Johnson to get feedback on her plays.

C: 

a way for Johnson to learn about plays that were produced in other cities.

D: 

subject matter for future plays by Johnson.

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