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for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf
Start Date: 4/28/2018Start Time: 8:00 PM
End Date: 4/28/2018End Time: 10:30 PM
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Event Description:
By Ntozake Shange
Directed by Sharrell D. Luckett, Ph.D.
Choreography by Randall Anthony Smith
Guest Musician: Rahbi Hines

Ntozake Shange's critically acclaimed
choreopoem combines music, poetry, and improvisational dance into a story of strength, resiliency, and celebration.  Performed entirely by women, the play offers a narrative of self-discovery, coming-of-age stories, self-love, and a familial bond between Black women who share both joyous and painful experiences.  Providing moving insights into the beautiful and layered complexities of Black girlhood and womanhood, Shange's unique storytelling style centers the lived experiences of Black women while honoring their diverse ways of loving and living in their truth. 
"A poignant, gripping, angry, and beautiful work!" – Time Magazine     

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Location Information:
Muhlenberg College: Chew Street - Trexler Pavilion
Room: The Baker Theatre
Other Details:
General Admission: $15
Youth (17-): $8
Campus: $8

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