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SHUG

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Big Shug finished his raw tribute by saying: "I wanna thank all the fans,friends & family that I just couldn't reach personally, thank y'all for everything.
When Shug shows up at the juke joint owned by Sofia's husband, Harpo (that great big wonderful lug Kyle Scatliffe), every man in town turns out, prepared to die happy.
It is true that Shug helped Celie find her identity but we cannot ignore Nettie's help.
Walker's title also underscores her novel's moral/spiritual nexus--taking her title phrase, The Color Purple, from the most spiritual letter of the entire novel, in which Shug and Celie debate the nature and existence of God.
And by gosh, she wants God, Mister, Shug Avery and everyone in earshot to hear them.
The liminal movement begins with Celie's face to face meeting with Shug Avery.
Tony-nominated Broadway star ELISABETH WITHERS brought the heat in her sizzling portrayal of Shug Avery in the successful Broadway hit The Color Purple.
As Shug enters 7th grade, she discovers she's also in love with her best friend from childhood, neighbor boy Mark, who seems oblivious to her charms but is also feeling the first pangs of adolescent testosterone.
The film sent more people to Walker's novels and poems and was a memorable cultural experience, prompting people to quote lines from Celie or Shug and reference the film's joy and heartbreak.
The Color Purple n (Broadway Theatre, New York City) According to director Gary Griffin, the love story between Alice Walker's Celie and blues singer Shug will be more spiritual, more romantic, and more sexual than in the 1985 Steven Spielberg film.
In its narrative exchange of letters as the conduit for sisterhood, the novel promotes love of language and writing and displays the possibility of genuine love between unrelated women: the beautiful entertainer Shug Avery, Mr.