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In celebration of its highly anticipated Broadway revival, Ntozake Shange’s classic, award-winning play centering the wide-ranging experiences of Black women, now with introductions by two-time National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward and Broadway director Camille A. Brown. For colored girls who have considered suicide PDF

From its inception in California in 1974 to its Broadway revival in 2022, the Obie Award–winning for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf has excited, inspired, and transformed audiences all over the country for nearly fifty years. Passionate and fearless, Shange’s words reveal what it meant to be a woman of color in the 20th century. First published in 1975, when it was praised by The New Yorker for “encompassing…every feeling and experience a woman has ever had,” for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf will be read and performed for generations to come. Now with new introductions by Jesmyn Ward and Broadway director Camille A. Brown, and one poem not included in the original, here is the complete text of a groundbreaking dramatic prose poem that resonates with unusual beauty in its fierce message to the world.

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For colored girls who have considered suicide PDF

Ntozake Shange (1948–2018) was a renowned playwright, poet, theater director, and novelist. Her body of work includes Obie Award–winning for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, Some Sing Some Cry with Ifa Bayeza, and the posthumous Dance We Do: A Poet Explores Black Dance and I Am an Old Woman. Among her numerous accolades are the Langston Hughes Medal for Literature, a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, the Pushcart Prize, the Poetry Society of America’s 2018 Shelley Memorial Award and three AUDELCO awards. Ms. Shange’s work has been nominated for a Grammy, a Tony, and an Emmy.

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  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ B003YUC28Q
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Scribner; Reprint edition (November 2, 2010)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ November 2, 2010
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 12323 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 113 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Best Sellers Rank: #15,088 in Kindle Store

Top reviews

Kindle Customer
February 20, 2019

This play is very important to me. As a black woman, there are not many plays written for me. This is. I was introduced to it by a college theater teacher. There were two black females in our class of 20 students at Pitt. The teacher told us to put together some monologues from this piece. IT was the only piece I worked on with the other black girl who I’d never known outside of class. We really enjoyed reading it and working on it together. It is full of surprises. I really like the PBS version with Alfre Woodard. I bought the more recent DVD with Janet Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, etc.. but I was looking desperately for a play with rthyhm to enjoy during black history month. I enjoy my Shakespeare and felt disappointed I couldn’t find something like that to enjoy on my bus ride home. I found the audiobook cost as much as getting the Kindle version +audio wshipersync. and I am very glad now to say I own all. This is not the best recorded version ever, as Thandie Newton does it all. She performs well in the film, and reads well, but there are more than 7 ladies, they don’t have character names, only colors.. Lady in Orange, Lady in Red.. etc, and hearing “Lady in Orange, ….Lady in Red.. ….. is sometimes an annoying distraction as the names aren’t to be read. With 3 more narrators/voice actors, it would be great. But as it is it is still very good. There are so many great lines I never get tired of listening to and repeating. “Sorry” is my favorite monologue. 12 years later, I still remember reading and performing some of these lines in the scene we created for class

For Colored Girls
June 13, 2020

“Ever since i realized there waz someone callt a colored girl an evil woman a bitch or a nag i been tryin not to be that & leave bitterness in somebody else’s cup.”

My first read of 2020 is a journey that should not be taken lightly. A cheropoem that is for women, written by a woman, and be stopped by no one. Ntozake tells the story of 7 women who have endured sexism, rape, body shaming, racism, and more. These women are represented as colors of the rainbow and are connected as they put on a performance to display their pain. They show strength and bring awareness to what is hardly discussed in this time. They bring forth what it is to be a woman of color and I understand that there has been backlash for supposedly bashing men, but this is not for men and yet in this cheropoem, the women desire men and love them, and ache for that love to be returned.

I now understand why this choreopoem has been carried on over the years. I am pretty sure we are familiar with Tyler Perry’s version of a For Colored Girls. You can picture the movie as your reading and it makes me applaud Ntozake for going against the norm and speaking so many women’s truth. For Colored Girls is ground breaking and does not end in sorrow. These women show strength and close with, “i found god in myself & i love her/ i loved her fiercely.”
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Janet b. Sewell
Highly Relative and Educational
August 17, 2020

I am trying to read more Black literature to help me understand the issues of discrimination and disenfranchisement facing blacks and many minorities in today’s America. I had assumed that the civil rights movement of the 60’s had moved us more towards equality than it has. this book is a series of poems from a Black woman’s perspective. I found them beautiful, disturbing and hard to understand – but I am white and cannot relate to much of the experiences described – one reason that I am reading more Black literature. Definitely worth the read, but will be upsetting to understand some of the issues facing Black woman.

M.E. Belle
A series of choreo-poems that should grace the shelves belonging to every woman
March 4, 2015

For Colored Girls is a series of poems about colored women living and surviving. Each poem tells a new story and each story paints a picture of another woman living another life. Each poem is about hope and finding yourself; realizing your worth and owning it.

I would recommend For Colored Girls to any woman or fan of women’s literature. There is some swearing and some adult situations, but I feel it is suitable for mature teens.

As I read For Color Girls, I got pulled into a roller coaster of emotions. One moment, I was laughing and the next I was sad or angry. The poems between the covers really do cover a range of challenges women of all walks face. My heart broke for each girl and I closed my Kindle with tears in my eyes for the raw emotions and the sheer amount of heartache each poem portrayed. I loved each and every word and felt a connection with each and every girl. I can’t wait to take what I read and put it to use when I raise my sons and my daughters and influence my nieces and my nephews.

This comes to life on the stage as well as on the page..
March 8, 2022

I saw this done as a play decades ago in the Twin Cities. Maybe it was the Foot of the Mountain Theatre, or the Mixed Blood theater. I have never forgotten it. Powerful. Exposing. Revealing. Just as vital today as it was then. I would go see it live again if I could. Or would love to have a video of it done as a play. But with that not available, I am happy to find this timeless book. A choreopoem, for a white girl who considered suicide when a rainbow was enuf.

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