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FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO CONSIDERED SUICIDE WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF by Ntozake Shange... Meryl Lynn Brown and TS Hawkins Step INSIDE THE BLACK BOX with Actor, Director, Producer, and Master Teacher Zuhairah McGill. Step into the exciting dramatic world of theatre!
Tonight Zuhairah brings you radio drama with live performance as she also talks about First World Theatre Ensemble's upcoming performance, the history and empowerment of For Colored Girls Who Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf is not just a movie, but was a Choreopoem and Broadway play that has inspired and empowered generations of women.
As a premiere radio broadcast of First World Theatre Ensemble and authority on Black Theatre, every 4th Tuesday INSIDE THE BLACK BOX via Zuhairah will bring the creative genius of the theatre and its audience (aka YOU) to the radio mainstage to create an exciting one-of-a-kind experience. Zuhairah is the Founder and Producing Artistic Director of First World Theatre Ensemble www.firstworldtheatre.biz
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"For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide.." is a 1975 choreopoem by Ntozake Shange. Initially staged in California, it has been performed Off-Broadway and on Broadway, and adapted as a book, a television film, and a theatrical film. The 1976 Broadway production was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Play. The Colored Girls is a series of 20 poems which expresses the many struggles and obstacles that African-American women face throughout their lives. Director, Stevi Meredith
(((Special Episode))) Have you seen the new Tyler Perry movie “For Colored Girls”? Did you walk out in a huff or feel hoodwinked? Perhaps it left you feeling emotionally bamboozled. We’ll look at the original choreopoem and play by Ntozake Shange and compare and contrast the film and play.
S-Dot will examine the symbolism behind the “colors” and their significance to today’s state of Black Love. Join us Friday, November 19, 2010 @ 10 pm – midnight (EST) call-in 347.308.8527. ((( Peep It On
With the recent release of Tyler Perry's new film, For Colored Girls, there has been a lot of critics who've said that through this film Tyler is depicting black men in a very negative light. There has also been critics who thought he veered too far away from Ntozake Shange's choreopoem in the first place.
So the question is does Tyler Perry have a black man problem or does the black community as a whole have one? Join us on Savvy Talk Radio as we dissect this matter. Call 718-664-6
Have you seen Tyler Perry's film, "For Colored Girls"? Imakhu did, and has plenty to say about it, as well as her guests, author Abuna Hetep Ra, wellness coach Angelique Saunders, and model Bro. Asan Fossett. Based on the Ntozake Shange's stage play, "For Colored Girls Who Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf," Bro. Perry's latest work is a contemporary, controversial homage to the original, renown choreopoem. The topics of abuse, incest, rape, abortion, down-low Brothas, Black Business "
What's life got to offer "colored girls"? When did you first realize you were a "colored" girl? What did that mean to you? What does it mean now? "For Colored Girls" - the movie opens Nov.5th in theaters. But we are going to get into the discussion Sunday night and talk about Ntozake Shange's original choreopoem, the themes within it, and the issues women face over 30 yrs after the publication date. This show, the poem, and the movie are not just for colored girls. All women of every hue can rel
What impact did Vogue Evolution -- an openly gay dance crew featuring a trans woman -- have on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew? When Kanye West protested Taylor Swift winning a VMA over Beyonce, did race have anything to do with it? What does it say about race and gender in Hollywood that Tyler Perry has been tapped to write, direct, and produce a film based on Ntozake Shange’s choreopoem “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf?" Is there an upside to being an Ann