Five years ago, Ntozake Shange's for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf was the production that opened the Philip A. Burrows Black Box to the public.
This March, to honour the memories of Ntozake Shange and of Theresa Moxey-Ingraham, both of whom passed away in 2018, Ringplay Productions will mount a revival of for colored girls in the renovated Philip A. Burrows Black Box space.
Powell-Isaacs (lady in brown); Claudette Allens (lady in red); Erin
McKinney (lady in orange); Oniké Archer (lady in purple); Michaella
Forbes (lady in green)
We're reviving with the same cast as 2014, with two replacements. Valene Rolle will play the lady in blue, taking over from Myra McPhee, who now resides in the USA; and Yasmin Glinton will take on the role of the lady in yellow, last played by the late Theresa Moxey-Ingraham.
Valene Rolle (lady in blue); Yasmin Glinton (lady in yellow)
Photos by David Jonathan Burrows, Philip A. Burrows, and Nicolette Bethel
Book your tickets early!
Limited seating. Six performances only:
Friday & Saturday March 15 & 16 8P
Sunday March 17 6P
Friday & Saturday March 22 & 23 8P
Sunday March 24 6P
393-3728 / 394-7179
Sunday 3P on performance days