The Obie-Award winning 'For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf' is a choreopoem originally written by poet and playwright Ntozake Shange. Since its first stage in 1975, 'For Colored Girls' has been adapted as a book and a film by Tyler Perry, featuring a cast including Whoopi Goldberg, Phylicia Rashad, Thandie Newton and Kerry Washington.
A landmark piece in African-American literature and black feminism, 'For Colored Girls' depicts the interconnected lives of nine women and their struggles as women of colour.
|For Colored Girls in action in Cambridge|
'For Colored Girls' produced by Justina Kehinde and Ifeyinwa Frederick made history in Cambridge University's 800 years history with its all-female, all-black cast.
The production was a success, resulting in a sell-out performance, standing ovation and five-star reviews.
'For Colored Girls' is coming to London for one day only. With its rave reviews and history making, this play is not to be missed!