What’s it like to be an African American woman? One actor, seven characters tell the story. The main character begins by explaining that the answer can only be explained by sharing the songs, stories and poetry of her ancestral grandmothers. Throughout the course of the play she embodies the energies of her grandmothers from her Native American, African American, Yemenite and European ancestry. Also in the line up is an appearance by Makeda, the Queen of Sheba and a granddaughter.
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