For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf

Various Locations
, Los Angeles, CA 90012
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

...a milestone in modern American Theatre, and it speaks as powerfully today as it did when it was first performed in 1975 - Mike Paseornek, Lionsgate President of Motion Picture Production. ...has excited, inspired and transformed audiences across the country. ...Martin Gottfried, New York Post Hear the sound of color in this all-new presentation of Ntozake Shange's original choreopoem - brims with kinetic melody and movement. For Colored Girls - the first ever "chorepoem" - is 22 poems and spoken word pieces that illustrate the experience of 7 black women. Whether you like or hate the recent movie - this entirely different, uplifting show is a must see celebration of the human experience!Amazing blockbuster feature film composer Carrie Cain Sparks saturates the stage with original music drawn from the African Diaspora, and American favorites from several eras. Color accents every motion, note and word in this unique work. It broke attendance records in L.A. the last time it was done on a professional stage - and it will again.

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