STUFF: a 45th Anniversary Celebration of Ntozake Shange’s “for colored girls…”
During this virtual opening reception we will celebrate STUFF, Dianne Smith’s installation in the lobby of Barnard College’s Milstein Center, and pay tribute to the 45th anniversary Broadway debut of Ntozake Shange's ('70) groundbreaking work, “for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf.”
Join us for an evening of special remarks, a panel discussion, audience Q&A, and musical and dance performances inspired by Shange’s legacy.
- Ifa Bayeza, award-winning playwright, producer and conceptual theater artist
- Okwui Okpokwasili, multidisciplinary performing artist
- Martha Redbone, vocalist, songwriter, composer, and educator
- Dianne Smith, multidisciplinary artist
- Moderator: Souleo, independent curator
This event is presented in partnership with Souleo Enterprises, LLC and is part of the two-year long Shange Magic Project, a collaboration of BLAIS and Africana Studies.
This event will have live captioning. If you have other accessibility needs, please contact Martha Tenney (email@example.com).