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For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is not Enuf by Ntozake Shange

Sunday, Jun 30, 2013 4:00p
Arc Washington, DC

CAST: Baset, Tiffany Bacon, Meryl Lynn Brown, Tene Fletcher, TS Hawkins, Nicole Stacie, Deanna Wright

On stage as originally intended, Zuhairah McGill directs Ntozake Shange ’s Tony Award nominated choreopoem on the welcoming and deserving stage of The ARC Theater. A landmark in American theatre, Ntozoke Shange ’s "for colored girl who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf " illuminates the tales of women in all the shades of life’s experiences. A powerful ensemble cast bears the passion,
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Ntozake Shange
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Ntozake Shange is an actor. He has appeared in 2 films and television shows. He was first cast in 'Standing in the Shadows of Motown' in the year 2002.
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Actor/Director/Producer - Founder/Producing Artistic Director of First World Theatre Ensemble. Zuhairah has acquired a new home for First World as she prepares to launch its 2012-2013. Zuhairah is also touring her one woman show by Richard LaMonte Pierce "Sojourner" which just featured in the DC Black Theatre Festival's Living Legacy Series on Arena Stage....
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1901 Mississippi Ave. Southeast
Washington, DC 20020
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