The Strong Black Girl: A Motivational Musical through Monologue
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Company Name: Cia Michelle
Genre: Music, Musical, Storyteller, Theatre, Variety
Ratings: PG (parental guidance suggested)
Warnings: Adult language, Adult subjects
A theatrical play based off of Cia Michelle’s debut book “The Strong Black Girl is a Myth”. Through series of speech, poems, dance and music, Cia & her featured guests will guide you through key components of being an everyday SBG. With storytelling on subjects such as worthiness & confidence to beauty & sex. They will be debunking the preconceived notion that all Black girls are born just to be strong. Part church jubilee, and part vagina monologue inspired, that SBG magic will surely inspire!
|Victoria Rene||Musician/ Actress|
|Royal Shurn||Model/ Actress|
|Kathrine Brothers||Coach/ Actress|
Past Fringe Shows:
|The Favorite Things Mixtape||2017, 2020, 2021|
It was an experience in self reflection, introspection, and celebration! Who thought you could have a party at a funeral!? The writing, performance, and dynamics of this remarkable crew brought life to the script and to the production. I enjoyed the spoken word, singing, and instrumentation displayed within the show. I’m so glad I chose to see this one and so will you. Hats off to the ladies and support team that made this possible. Treat yourself and don’t miss out!
What an introspection of the myth of a strong girl, I’ve seen the show twice and learn more each time, the transition from speech to song are seamless and the improve ad-lib between performances adds a comedic relief to scenes.
We enjoyed the show! It was thoughtful, deep, and reflective. Also a lot of talent with singing and words! loved it, thanks for sharing yourselves and your experiences, and insight!
<3 the show, reflective and insightful. Encouraging. very deep.
S.B.G. (“Soft Black Girl”) looking strong for Broadway bound. Thought provoking. Cia you sizzle!
I thought a sbg baddie said ayyy! This show was amazing! I can’t wait until next year!?
Was captivated from the start of the show! Really enjoyed everyone’s dialogue and life reflections. The music was also very beautiful; the song lyrics really spoke to me as well. I’d love to see it again! Amazing job ladies!! I thought a baddie said AYEEE!