Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
Oz Scott directed this made-for-television performance of Ntozake Shange's musical For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide. Originally airing in 1982, the play recounts the history and struggles of African-American women in the United States. The star-studded cast includes performances by such prominent entertainers as Patti LaBelle, Carol Maillard, Lynn Whitfield, Alfre Woodard, and playwright Shange herself.
African-American, race-relations, struggle, women