In the same year, Steven Spielberg received the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing of a Feature Film. The Color Purple won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Motion Picture and Whoopi Goldberg won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture. The Color Purple made its Broadway debut in 2005 and won two Tony Awards in 2016, including Best Revival of a Musical. The heart-wrenching performances that culminate with Shug helping Celie break free from Mr. Albert Johnson are timeless. Today there is no better place to experience this tear-jerker than on Broadway. Women in particular will again find strength and elation in this outstanding rendition of a classic tale! Join Hype Hair on Thursday, November 10 at 7 pm, as we partner with The Color Purple for a night on Broadway to see the show! The performances are outstanding! Recently we caught up with Rema Webb, one of the stars of The Color Purple. Rema is a 20-year theatre veteran who hails from Pittsburgh. She is impacting the world through her roles as a Church Lady and as one of the sexy, sultry covers for Shug Avery.