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The late playwright Ntozake Shange pioneered the term 'choreopoem' through her poignant, emotional and powerful collection of poetic monologues. Depicting the sometimes painful reality of experiencing life as a woman of color, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf tells tales of survival and celebrates sisterhood.
Told through touching personal narratives, For Colored Girls features the stories of various women identified by a single color. The narratives are performed as poems presented with choreography and tackle themes relating to love, survival, loss and power.
Ntozake Shange was a black feminist and writer who used art as a way of speaking on race, feminism and black power.
Adrienne C. Moore
Written by Ntozake Shange
Choreography by Camille A. Brown
Directed by Leah C. Gardiner
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