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ArtsCentric delivers fiery staging of 'For Colored Girls'
Ntozake Shange shook up the theater world in the mid-1970s with what she termed a "choreopoem," performed by seven women, identified solely by the color they wore. The title of the work was, in itself, theatrical -- "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf” -- and the subject matter almost incendiary for its time.
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun
July 29, 2013