SOMETIMES I CRY is a one-woman show written and conceived by Sheryl Lee Ralph.
This complex and thought-provoking show was inspired by real women’s life stories and their battle with HIV and AIDS. “Sometimes I Cry” creatively examines the female struggle when coping with HIV and AIDS, and offers an engaging window into the unique difficulties women face.
The chronicles of these women from diverse backgrounds and cultures are told as writer, performer Sheryl Lee Ralph explores through word, movement and song just how each woman copes with her new reality. Ms. Ralph becomes each character with every move and simple gesture, breathing life into them and their stories.
The Lives, Loves and Losses of Women with AIDS
written and performed by Sheryl Lee Ralph.
Sometimes I Cry: Sometimes I Cry is a one woman show written and conceived by award winning actress and AIDS activist, Sheryl Lee Ralph. This complex and thought provoking show was inspired by the real life stories of women infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
These women’s voices have been silent for too long in the struggle against the disease and must be heard.
When initially presented on December 3, 2005 at the National Black Women and HIV/AIDS Conference in Los Angeles, the show was met with the most extraordinary out pouring of love and acceptance.
For more information visit www.SometimesICry.org and TheDIVAfoundation.org.