This chapter investigates the means by which these and other dramatic materials can be created in order to present and reflect an authentic theology of the voiceless. It focusess in constructing a pedagogical framework for working with the voiceless. Theological reflection recognizes the importance of realizing one's personal potential as an important aspect of Christian discipleship. If Black theology in Britain is to achieve one of its stated aims, namely, the re-energizing of Black faith communities in this country, must not be afraid to throw off the often stultifying constraints of orthodoxy. Researchers and writers working within an ethnographic paradigm are expected to engage with the social situation in which they are operating. The chapter outlines the Black cultures and the cultural production that arises from the phenomenon have proved vital tools in the ongoing work of Black religious scholars.