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

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June 8-24 | Anthony Bean Community Theater presents Ntozake Shange's lyrical and highly charged feminist "choreopoem" in which seven women of color share their lives' triumphs, hopes and hardships. The drama combines Shange's series of poetic narratives and dance, choreographed by Ieasha Prime, who appeared in the 2000 Broadway production.

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