Along the way in The Color Purple, Celie learns strength from a physically-imposing wife of her step-son, learns about love and her own sexuality from her husband's mistress, and learns redemption as her husband tries to change. Her anger which is expressed in the song "The Color Purple" has been almost completely reversed in the final scene on the Fourth of July in 1949.
The Color Purple: 2008
The Color Purple has been going strong since it graced the stage first in 2005, being nominated for several Tony Awards and having no problem selling tickets on Broadway. It has since had an extended run in Chicago and is now on tour of the U.S. in selected cities.
Check out The Seats for the schedule and see if the groundbreaking production is coming near you. Also check out the terrific Color Purple tickets in the inventory and see where those seats are on the handy seating chart. The Color Purple will not be here for long, so hurry and check The Seats for your Color Purple tickets.
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