WombWork Productions, Inc. will perform at a Kwanzaa event celebration at the Eubie Blake Cultural Center. More details to follow.
WombWork Productions, Inc. will perform at The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum's annual Kwanzaa event.
Sat, November 4, 2017
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Ivy Family Support Center
3515 Dolfield Ave
Baltimore, MD 21215
$50 per person
$50 per vendor
Celebrating the unity of women of faith.
Join us for an interactive program.
Keynote Speakers: Sister Mothyna, Author and Rev. Tiffany Bethea, CEO, KingdomBoss
“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” - Audre Lorde
Fashion Show: She is clothed with strength and dignity Proverbs 31:25
Full Brunch Menu
Inspiring Keynote Speakers
Featured Speakers: Thema Azize, CEO The Womb Saun; Mama Kay co-founder WombWork Productions
Free Improv Workshop open to all at the WombWork Black Box Theatre (3123 Walbrook Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21216) on Saturday October 21 2pm-4pm.
Improv is unscripted comedy. It is about moment-to-moment discovery and flexibility. It’s also extraordinarily fun! In this class students will learn to be confident, creative and collaborative by finding the fullest potential in what is readily available. The truth is everyone improvises every single day, but only a few of us improvise well. Why? We don’t listen to each other. We don’t acknowledge how we feel. We don’t see the merit in others’ ideas. We convince ourselves that what we bring to the table isn’t good enough. Comedy Improv works to curb those bad habits, through its self-empowering philosophy: yes, and. “Yes” is about embracing ideas and the circumstance you are in. “And” is about capitalizing on your situation. No prior experience is necessary to sign-up for this class. You don’t need to be a “funny person.” You don’t need to know any jokes. You just need to be brave, willing to learn, and willing to laugh.
Tavish Forsyth is a Baltimore-based actor, writer, and educator. He graduated Stevenson University with a degree in Film, Video & Theatre and has studied performance with the Williamstown Theatre Festival and the Powerhouse Theater. His most recent collaborators include Iron Crow Theatre and the Green Globe Theatre. Through his studies of scripted theatre, Tavish serendipitously found his love of improv. He is a member of both the Charm City Comedy Project and Baltimore Improv Group (BIG). Tavish teaches theatrical and applied improv with Johns Hopkins University and BIG. He likes comedy that is gritty, patient, and honest with a hint of the absurd.
A part of Free Fall Baltimore
Calling Oya: A Movement for Change, is a dance-centric interactive piece where we will explore how we can use the arts to heal from experienced trauma and generational trauma. We are moving towards change and healing. The piece will be followed by a talk back session led by a board certified therapist.
Next Generation Art Ensemble will perform an opening act for the International Black Film Festival at the Charles Theater (1711 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201
Next Generation Art Ensemble to perform community outreach for culture at Belveder and Beaufort Ave