This striking choreopoem by the author of For Colored Girls ... is set in St. Louis in a bar frequented by Black artists and musicians. It is another meditation on the irony of being Black in a white world. The artists bare their souls in soliloquies, many of them illustrated by in the mood dances.
is humanely upbeat. In the end, [it] proclaims inner self respect as the essential quality of Black pride and Black identity." - Christian Science Monitor
"Lovely and powerful." - New York Times