The opening scene and sets the mood of the entire show. This scene introduces the characters and what problems each one of them faces as colored women.
The lady in yellow tells the story of how she lost her virginity on her graduation night. The women dance in the back as if they were a part of the crowd, partying along with the lady in yellow.
The lady in blue frowns against the dancing and the unromantic-ness of the lady in yellow. She explains her deep appreciation for Puerto Rican culture and Latino music. With each dance she names and with each song, she dances along or adds a couple Spanish accents in her words.
The lady in blue is completely alone. As she talks about her experience with an abortion, she makes it clear how lonely as scared she felt.
As the lady in purple talks about a character named "Sechita," the lady in green embodies her and dances along the lady in purple's words.
The lady in red talks about her experience with lovers and how at the end of the day, she’ll write in her diary and cry herself to sleep.