Ladies, Ladies, Ladies & Gentlemen this play is finally coming to America!! Not just America, but the first stop is Atlanta. ‘da Kink in my Hair focuses on the lives of black women and authentically reflects the joy, hardship, and struggles of black women’s lives. I want to see this. Do you? Well I am giving away 2 tickets and I would love for you to enter. This story is not just about hair but I would love for you to comment about some of the woes you experienced with your hair. Do you remember the moment it turned around and you said, “You know what, I love my hair. I love me some me!” Enter below.
What is the play about?
“If you want to know a black woman, you touch her hair,” says Novelette, as she delves into the tresses and stresses of her clients to reveal their hidden stories. Set in a Caribbean hair salon in Toronto, ‘da Kink in my Hair gives voice to eight black women who tell their unforgettable stories in a kaleidoscope of drumming, singing and dance. It is a testament to te challenges and triumphs in the lives of contemporary black women, many of whom are immigrants to North American from the Caribbean. Mixing laughter and tears, revelation and inspiration, the unapologeticaly intense stories of each women are woven together in this powerful piece.
‘da Kink in my Hair has won 4 NAACP awards and has sold out shows in Canada and London, England! ‘Da Kink in My Hair will be making its Atlanta debut at the prestigious Cobb Energy Center from September 6th–8th, 2013. The play will feature Grammy award winning Melanie Fiona and actress Terri J. Vaughn of the Steve Harvey Show For more details about the play please visit www.dakinkinmyhair.com
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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. I was given 2 tickets to this play to help promote it. All thoughts are my own.