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For Colored Girls Cast/Crew

KC MeltingPot Theatre

Aisha Ogbeh

as Lady in Red

Jabrelle Herbin

as Lady in Green

Sherri Roulette Mosley

as Lady in Brown

Lynn King

Director

Alexis Dupree

as Lady in Yellow

Karis Harrington

as Lady in Blue

Ebonee Grace

Assistant Stage Manager

Emily Kennebeck

Stage Manager

Jay Harper

as Lady in Purple

Kyle Selley

Set Designer

For Colored Girls

Warren Deckert

Lighting Designer

Melonnie Walker

Dramaturg

Dennis Jackson

Sound Design

Ntozake Shange’s ground breaking choreopoem, For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf is the playwright’s first and most widely produced theatrical work. The choreopoem tells the stories of seven women represented by seven colors, who have survived the triumphs and tragedies of being black women in a world of racism, oppression, and sexism.

Lanette King

as Lady in Orange

KC MeltingPot Theatre
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For Colored Girls Cast/Crew

Aisha Ogbeh

as Lady in Red

Jabrelle Herbin

as Lady in Green

Sherri Roulette Mosley

as Lady in Brown

Lynn King

Director

Alexis Dupree

as Lady in Yellow

Karis Harrington

as Lady in Blue

Ebonee Grace

Assistant Stage

Manager

Emily Kennebeck

Stage Manager

Jay Harper

as Lady in Purple

Kyle Selley

Set Designer

For Colored Girls

Warren Deckert

Lighting Designer

Melonnie Walker

Dramaturg

Dennis Jackson

Sound Design

Ntozake Shange’s ground breaking choreopoem, For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf is the playwright’s first and most widely produced theatrical work. The choreopoem tells the stories of seven women represented by seven colors, who have survived the triumphs and tragedies of being black women in a world of racism, oppression, and sexism.

Lanette King

as Lady in Orange