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The Goddesses Guide: Adura for the Women of African Diaspora

ensemble theatre · self-produced · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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June 24, 2018

What I liked

I loved hearing Africa and seeing the movement of Africa. It was so familiar yet I know I haven’t been home to Africa yet but my heart knew the sounds already. Representation on the stage is so vital and I’m so glad this play won a scholarship and had the chance to live. I look forward to seeing where it goes next or what comes next for Camille and cast!

What I didn't like


My overall impression

Fantastic work. My heart was filled with such joy as I watched the beautiful actresses onstage. A true representation of the many looks of black women. The play is powerful as that it lives in two worlds connecting us to Africa and the plight African -Americans face today. Not an easy feat but Camille accomplished cross generational story telling!

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