Black girl magic is reborn. Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf will be returning to Broadway with preview performances at Broadway’s Booth Theatre on April 1st ~ and officially opening April 20th.
This celebration of the power of Black womanhood returns to Broadway for the first time, reinvented, directed, and choreographed by “a true superstar of theater and dance” (NPR), Camille A. Brown ~ dancer, choreographer, director and dance educator ~ having choreographed major Broadway shows such as Choir Boy, Once on This Island, and Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert that aired on NBC, to name a few.
for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, directed and choreographed by Camille A. Brown, will be showing at The Booth Theater, 222 West 45th Street, NYC. Tickets available now, with preview performances beginning on April 1, 2022.
“A masterpiece!A turning-point for art by and about Black women.” – Essence
“There is something so mesmerizing about hearing the words of Ntozake Shange through her brilliant For Colored Girls.” – New York Amsterdam News
“Camille A. Brown is one of the most exciting and creative figures in the world of dance today.” – Vogue
Read more about Camille A. Brown and ‘for colored girls who…..’ in Forbes.
Taking a look-back to last year’s celebration of Ntozake Shange’s ‘for colored girls’ presented by Barnard College and Souleo Enterprises ~ STUFF, an installation at Barnard College’s Milstein Center.