Mama Kay as Lena Younger in A Raisin in the Sun
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By: Mama Kay Lawal-Muhammad

“I Played Lena Younger (“Mama”) -  Walter and Beneatha’s mother. The matriarch of the family, Mama is religious, moral, and maternal. She wants to use her husband’s insurance money as a down payment on a house with a backyard to fulfill her dream for her family to move up in the world.”

Also featured in this play were Nu World Art Ensemble instructors Parrish Allison and Stevanie Williams.

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The Bad Oracle Review:

“Veteran actors Kay Lawal-Muhmmad (Lena Younger) and Carltaise Ransom (Walter Lee Younger) helm a stellar, potent ensemble cast, one of the best I’ve seen on the Baltimore small stage.  Lawal-Muhammad hits every aching beat, her matriarch a dethroned queen seated on a decaying couch, trying to graft her spine onto a son made frustrated and weak by his circumstances… Stephanie Anita Thomas-Williams is a steely-eyed Ruth whose palpable, heartbreaking desperation to fly the coop is instantly relatable…”

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Diana Digges Visit to Steuart Hill Academic Academy
By: Marvin Roxas

By: Marvin Roxas

On Thursday November 8th, 2018 Diana Digges and Cheryl Casciani visited the WombWork Productions, Inc. Virtues Program at the Steuart Hill Academic Academy. During this visit, art instructors demonstrated the Virtues Project and the WombWork Productions, Inc. methodology in action. Students sang songs, actively participated in the classroom, and instructors used virtuous language in their communication.

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Hampton Harvest Festival - Knowledge of Enslaved Ancestors on Ridgely Plantation

By: Marvin Roxas

On Saturday October 20th, 2018 members of the adult Nu World Art Ensemble performed at the Hampton Mansion and Ridgely Estate Plantation in Towson, MD for the Hampton Harvest Day Festival. WombWork Productions, Inc. art ensemble members dressed up in period time pieces of slaves at the Ridgely Plantation and shared the stories of their ancestors.

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Godwin Mongi Visits from Tanzania
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By: Marvin Roxas

On Sunday October 14th, Godwin Mongi stopped by the WombWork BlackBox Theatre on Walbrook Avenue to say hello to Mama Kay, Mama Rashida, and members of the WombWork Productions, Inc. family. He has been working in Tanzania as a Master Virtues Facilitator, and was stopping through Baltimore before attending a conference in Washington, D.C.. As a showing of goodwill and support, WombWork Productions, Inc. donated $1,000 towards Godwin Mongi to support the growing WombWork Productions, Inc.-inspired branch in Tanzania. This allows for a greater connection and relationship with connections back in East Africa.

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