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‘for colored girls,’ Baltimore Folk Festival, Amy Sens at the Stoop, and The Senior Citizens’ Poetry Contest
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October 19th & 20th, 2012, on The Signal:
Trezana Beverley won a Tony Award in 1977 for her performance as the Lady in Red in the Broadway production of, ‘for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf.’ This month, Ms. Beverley is back in her hometown, directing that same play at Morgan State University, and we visit with her and her cast.
We preview the Baltimore Folk Fest, a celebration that’s bringing top-notch performers to the Station North Arts District.
From The Stoop, Pastor Amy Sens of Six Eight Church shares a story about keeping the faith.
Plus: Versification from the official winners of Baltimore’s 2012 Senior Citizens’ Poetry Contest.