Melyssa Ford Develops Stage Play

Actress and Model Melyssa Ford is developing a theatrical production titled “For Vixens Who Have Considered Homicide When the Video Became Too Much,” adapted from Ntozake Shange’s 1975 play “For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf.” Ford will sing and dance in the production that is based on her life and decade in the music industry as the most popular model featured in music videos,” reports EURweb. At press time, details on the run time of the production have not been announced. Ford is also working on a reality series with actresses Elise Neal and Claudia Jordan titled “Single, Sexy and Starving.” The show will be seen on VH1.


  1. ooooooooooookaaaaaaaaaaayyyy

    never knew she had more to her than her outward appearances…

    (still not convinced) but we will see….

    *in the music industry


  2. Denyce February 16, 2010 at 2:18 am
    You say the most ran-dumb ish on this blog.

    What’s random about that? What you said was far from a compliment, what I was trying to give..

  3. Not looking forward to it but trust Melyssa has been through a lot of ish in this industry. Personal wise. And what is meant by “ran-dumb ish?” This is a brown sista blog so I’m sure she’s gonna cover ever sista in the lime light even if they are on a D-List.

  4. i think she should have gone the tell all book route even though everyone is telling all.

  5. Im glad she’s doing this, because some people thought she was only good for shaking her butt and her physical appearance.

  6. I



    *walks out*

    Nah, *comes back in*, good luck to her in her endeavors. I’m sure her story will help someone.

  7. Although Ms. Ford has done little to interest or inspire me I am hopeful that this play can be a cautionary tale of the entertainment industry. May even offer some insight to niave young sistaz eager to get into the video vixen thing

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