A frank, funny and provactive look at the trials and tribulations of modern life, seen through the eyes of a young black woman.
Candid and satirical, this one-woman show uses music, poetry and dance to challenge cultural stereotypes, explore identity and role models, and ask the critical question: just how do you navigate today’s world? An exciting debut solo show from writer, performer and rising talent Racheal Ofori, inspired by her own experiences.
There is a workshop for women aged 16 – 25 exploring the themes of the show. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop will explore the issues of racial identity, gender and stereotyping raised in Portrait while also introducing participants to movement and acting skills. No previous performance experience necessary.