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The Color Purple is a musical based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Alice Walker. It debuted in December 2005 and was nominated for eleven Tony Awards in 2006. The Color Purple covers many issues important to understanding African-American life during the early 20th century. Its main theme is the position of black women in society, as the lowest of the low, both because of gender and color.

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Sat, 25 Oct 2014 3:00 PM
The Color Purple 
: Jennifer Holliday
Music Hall Ctr. For The Perf. Arts
Detroit, MI
Music Hall Ctr. For The Perf. Arts Detroit, MI
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Sat, 25 Oct 2014 8:00 PM
The Color Purple 
: Jennifer Holliday
Music Hall Ctr. For The Perf. Arts
Detroit, MI
Music Hall Ctr. For The Perf. Arts Detroit, MI
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Sun, 26 Oct 2014 3:00 PM
The Color Purple 
: Jennifer Holliday
Music Hall Ctr. For The Perf. Arts
Detroit, MI
Music Hall Ctr. For The Perf. Arts Detroit, MI
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Sat, 22 Nov 2014 3:00 PM
The Color Purple 
: Jennifer Holliday
Music Hall at Fair Park
Dallas, TX
Music Hall at Fair Park Dallas, TX
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The Color Purple's central character is named Celie, a young woman who is sexually abused by her father (who, she later discovers, is her stepfather) and is forced to marry a widower with several children, who is physically abusive towards her.

Then her husband's mistress, singer "Shug" Avery, comes into the scene. Initially, Celie feels threatened by this effervescent, liberated version of feminity - a form that has previously been alien to her. In time, however, the two women bond, and Celie gradually learns what it means to become an empowered woman in her own right, through both sexual and financial emancipation and she finds the strength to leave her tyrannical husband.