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"For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf"
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So Colored Productions is cordially inviting you to see this remarkable production.
SHE'S 29 YEARS OLD IN 1976
/ SHE /
graced Broadway and revolutionized theatre. In each word/ syllable/ vowel/ Ntozake Shange resurrected The Black Woman.
All the while releasing each murmur/ each cry/ laugh/ giggle/ smile ... AND WE are oh so grateful, cuz ...
"she's been dead for so long.
closed in silence so long."
Every Saturday from June 18-July 30th
The Paul Robeson Theatre presents:
"For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf."
By: Ntozake Shange
Director: Arnold Beauchamp
Produced by :Dr. Josephine English
Artistic Director: Micheal "Scorp" Sheppard
Starring: Suzanne M. Harvin, Candice Hassell, Marlana Marie, Derika Abraham, Velvet A. Ross, Natasha Lowery, Tish Harper
Regular Admission: $20.00
Seniors and Students: $15.00
LOCATION: 40 Greene Avenue at Carlton Avenue & Adelphi Street in Brooklyn.
TRAIN DIRECTTIONS: The "C" train to Lafayette. The theatre is 3 blocks away.
Please call the box office to secure tickets
@ (718) 783-9794 OR email firstname.lastname@example.org