Rivers of Women, The Play is a phenomenal choreopoem by Shirley Bradley LeFlore. This beautiful 8.5″ x 8.5″ 114 page book featuring photographs by Michael J. Bracey, is available for sale on Amazon.com and other online outlets.
The play was produced by LeFlore’s daughter, National Bestselling Author and producer Lyah Beth LeFlore, at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis, marking her directorial debut. The play debuted in 2013, with aspirations for Broadway. Rivers of Women, The Play provides readers, including theater and poetry lovers to experience this groundbreaking collection, some of Shirley Bradley LeFlore’s most prolific works. Her poetry is rooted in the stories and voices of women through music, poetry and dance created for the stage. Performed by an all female cast, LeFlore’s powerful poetry is peppered with a dash of storefront psychology and humor as she explores family, history, male-female relationships, woman-to-woman experiences, views on race, religion, social issues and politics. LeFlore manages to capture the essence of Rivers of Women using music — spirituals, gospel, jazz, and rhythm and blues — making the poetry sing off the page.
Rivers of Women will connect with the hearts and souls of all who experience this gripping journey told from a woman’s perspective. Buy the book, you’ll not be disappointed!.