Different authors employ different styles while writing their plays. Play authors also incorporate different techniques while writing about a play. Playwriting is not similar to novel or other different forms of writing. Different considerations are taken the play entice and educate the society. While writing about a play, the final product should be developed in a manner that can be performed to an audience. Some of the key features that different play writers incorporate to make their play include different casting techniques and acts styles. To evaluate how play writers have developed and deployed the distinct convections needed in playwriting, Amen Corner by James Baldwin and Dutchman by Amiri Baraka will be employed in accessing how different authors compare in their writing styles and some of the social movement associated with the plays.