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With The Opening Line, Dark Phrases Of Womanhood..., You Are Transported To The World Of Women—Black Women. Through Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls, Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf, We Reflect On The …Struggles And Hard Times…Of Black Women As They Dance To Keep From Crying Until Reaching A Place Where They Can’t Stop SmilingAnd Finding God In Themselves, Loving ‘Her’ Fiercely. Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Collective Is Honored To Present This Award Winning Play.
Directed By: Ardencie Hall-Karambe, PhD.
Abandoned By Their Parents, Two African-American Brothers Named Lincoln (Nicknamed Link) And Booth Have Depended On Each Other For Survival Since They Were Teens. Link, The Older Of The Two Brothers, Was A Master Of Three-Card Monte. Link Retired From The Con After A Friend Was Killed During A Game. Booth, The Younger Brother, Has Followed In His Brother's Footsteps As A Con Man. He Is Working Toward Being The Best Three-Card Monte Player Ever.
Directed by: Warith Watson
A Powerful Play That Unfolds An Explosive Moment In Our History - The Race Riots That Ravaged The City Of Detroit In 1967 - Set To A Vibrant Soundtrack Of The Day's Music. Chelle And Her Brother Lank Are Making Ends Meet By Turning Their Basement Into An After-Hours Joint. But When A Mysterious Woman Finds Her Way Into Their Lives, The Siblings Clash Over Much More Than The Family Business. As Their Pent-Up Feelings Erupt, So Does Their City, And They Find Themselves Caught In The Middle Of The '67 Riots.
Directed by Courtney Lyneé
Kenyatta Shakur Is Alone. His Wife Has Died, And This Former Black Revolutionary And Political Prisoner Is Desperate To Reconnect With His Estranged Daughter, Nina. If Kenyatta Truly Wants To Reconcile His Past, He Must First Conquer His Most Challenging Revolution Of All – Fatherhood. Sunset Baby Is An Energized, Vibrant, And Witty Look At The Point Where The Personal And Political Collide.
Directed by Ardencie Hall-Karambe PhD