For colored girls who have considered suicide, when the rainbow is enuf
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SummaryA "choreopoem" that portrays the visions and frustrations of six young women who are trying to come to terms with themselves and with being African-American.
African American women
African American women -- Social conditions -- Drama.
|Publisher|| [New York] : West Long Branch, N.J. :Broadway Theatre Archive ;2002
|Other Titles|| American playhouse (Television program)
For colored girls who have considered suicide, when the rainbow is enuf.
Woodard, Alfre, 1953-
Maillard, Carol L.
Shange, Ntozake. For colored girls who have considered suicide, when the rainbow is enuf.
WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
WPBT-TV (Television station : Miami, Fla.)
Broadway Theatre Archive.
New York Shakespeare Festival Productions.
Ntozake Shange, Alfre Woodard, Lynn Whitfield, Trazana Beverly, Laurie Carlos, Crystal Lilly, Carol L. Maillard.
Art director, Grover Cole; costume designer, Jennifer Von Mayrhauser; editor, Scott P. Doniger; music, Baikida Carroll.
Televised stage play.
Originally produced by the New York Shakespeare Festival, presented by Joseph Papp.
Originally produced in 1982 as a segment of the television series American playhouse.
DVD; Dolby digital; digitally remastered; full screen.
1 videodisc (80 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.