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What's Black & Female & A Thrill To Behold?

By Wayne Alan Brenner, February 17, 2012, 1:12pm, All Over Creation


Ntozake Shange.

You probably know her name, even if
you haven't seen her classic drama,
the voice-and-movement-propelled stagework
that first rocked the boards in 1975.

And even if you haven't seen the show,
you probably know that name, too.

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide
When the Rainbow is Enuf
.

Yeah, see?

But have you seen it?
Have you heard it?
Did you miss it when UpRise! Productions and The Vortex produced it last fall?

Shange's award-winning "choreopoem,"under the direction of Zell Miller III,
returns this weekend – with the same fierce cast – for two weeks only.

Let this review by Jillian Owens tell you a little about its power and beauty.

Copyright © 2019 Austin Chronicle Corporation. All rights reserved.

The Austin Chronicle

https://www.austinchronicle.com/daily/arts/2012-02-17/whats-black-and-female-and-a-thrill-to-behold/

What's Black & Female & A Thrill To Behold?

By Wayne Alan Brenner, February 17, 2012, 1:12pm, All Over Creation


Ntozake Shange.

You probably know her name, even if
you haven't seen her classic drama,
the voice-and-movement-propelled stagework
that first rocked the boards in 1975.

And even if you haven't seen the show,
you probably know that name, too.

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide
When the Rainbow is Enuf
.

Yeah, see?

But have you seen it?
Have you heard it?
Did you miss it when UpRise! Productions and The Vortex produced it last fall?

Shange's award-winning "choreopoem,"under the direction of Zell Miller III,
returns this weekend – with the same fierce cast – for two weeks only.

Let this review by Jillian Owens tell you a little about its power and beauty.

Copyright © 2019 Austin Chronicle Corporation. All rights reserved.

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