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about for Color girls...

This groundbreaking "choreopoem" is a spellbinding collection of vivid prose and free verse narratives about and performed by Black women. Capturing the brutal, tender and dramatic lives of contemporary Black women, for colored girls... offers a transformative, riveting evening of provocative dance, music and poetry. After early performances in California and on the East Coast, for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf opened at the Henry Street Settlement in New York City in March 1976 and quickly moved moved off-Broadway to Joseph Papp's Public Theater. A few months later, the show made its Broadway debut, opening at the Booth Theatre on September 15, 1976.

Meet the cast

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Savina Barini

Lady in orange

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Nafrettifi Griffin

Lady in Green

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Nikki Owens

Lady in Brown

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Niaja Diggs

Lady in White

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Shayla Lowe

Lady in blue

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Courtney Simmons

Lady in yellow

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Candace Foreman

Lady in Black

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Jade Madden

Lady in purple

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Mecca Verdell

Lady in red

Special Events

Coming Soon

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Industry Night

Monday, May 6 @ 7:30pm

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ANY VIDEO AND/OR AUDIO RECORDING OF THIS PRODUCTION IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

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Kevin S. McAllister

Director

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Tyrell Stanley

Lighting design

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Stage Manager

Jordan Ross

Ntozake Shang

Playwright

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Cedric D. Lyles

Music Director

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Alyssa Foy

Sound design

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Janani Nathen
 

props design

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Asst stage manager

Cedric Khalil

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Production Manager

Cedric D. Lyles

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Shalyce Hemby

choreographer

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Antoinette Perry

dramaturg

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Larry Boggs

costume Design

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Emily Lotz

scenic design

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Casting director/ Covid officer

Asia-Ligé Arnold

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company Manager

Deana Cruz-Conner

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