In the play, Hip Hop, personified as a woman and known as HER—inspired by the 1994 Common hit song, “I Used to Love H.E.R.”—is on her deathbed, and five women of diverse and often opposing views show up unexpectedly to decide her future. The all-woman ensemble— consisting of Billie Krishawn, Pershona Ambri, Heather Gibson, Aakhu Tauhnera Freeman, and Audei Polk— explore the ideas and theories of sexual objectification, misrepresentation, and misogyny in Hip Hop. With real-life stories describing their pain, the group finds themselves conflicted on what decision to make: whether to keep HER alive or pull the plug, HER’s fate lies in their hands. The performance is about the women and girls who used to love HER—or still do—this is HERstory.
This fun 10 minute choreopoem deals with love, sex, and creativity between two surprising characters.
a choreopoem about love and hip-hop
Name Calling is a one woman show is an exploration of the ways micro-aggressions around race, class, and gender are often inflicted on Black womxn in ways that have been accepted
as social norms.
a one act play about love, marriage and the unavoidable evolution.
a full length hip hop bembe mixtape telling a coming of age story for a young woman and her ancestors.