Colored Girls 2010

Standing Ovations For Ntozake Shange’s award winning play “for colored girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf”

Gary Levingston Executive Produced, Ntozake Shange’s explosive and critically acclaimed chorepoem, “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf ”. This critically acclaimed stage play originally conceived in 1975, where “colored girls” transcends race and gender and inspires the human spirit. Love, hope, faith, and determination are the powerful messages that audiences around the world have come to know about this play. Each actor is nameless and only described by their color, corresponding to colors of the rainbow.

–Tolucan Times

From Left to Right: Sonya Evans (Lady in Red), Tiffany Snow (Lady in Green), Dana Davis (Lady in Yellow, Tomeka Williams (Lady in Purple), Tanedra Howard (Lady in Orange), Nefertiti (Lady in Blue),  Shoniqua Shondai (Lady in Brown)

From Left to Right:
Mr. Lucky (Choreographer), Sonya Evans (Lady in Red), Alexia Robinson (Director),
Second Row: Tiffany Snow (Lady in Green), Dana Davis (Lady in Yellow), Tanedra Howard (Lady in Orange),
Shoniqua Shondai (Lady in Brown)
Top Row: Tomeka Williams (Lady in Purple), Nefertiti (Lady in Blue),




Brilliantly performed by George A. Peters, II at the Los Angeles Premiere. In a letter to the creators of Any1Man by President Barack Obama, he stated “We face a unique set of challenges in America today. You are engaging difficult issues head on and I commend you for that.”