september, 2017

21sep8:00 pm10:00 pm"The Diary of an Afro Goddess" Atlanta Premiere

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Diary of an Afro Goddess The Diary of An Afro Goddess, a fresh, new, unapologetic, dynamic one-woman show, written and performed by the magical and nuanced Cherie Danielle and directed by Broadway veteran and coach Marishka S. Phillips. Returning after the successful premiere and 12 performance run at the historic Wow Cafe Theatre (the oldest women’s and transgender theatre in the Universe), for which Cherie Danielle is nominated for an AUDELCO “The Viv “Theatre Award 2016, for Best Solo Performance!; She has also had the pleasure of perfoming at the world famous Nuyorician Poets Cafe and the Shabazz Center in Harlem. We are ecstatic to present 3 shows in Cherie Danielle’s hometown Atlanta, Georgia! Preview Show…Thursday, September 21st at 8pm ($20) Opening Night… Friday, September 22nd at 8pm ($25) Closing Night…Saturday, Seotember 23rd at 8pm ($25) Synopsis Isis, the Afro Goddess is the main source of entertainment at “The Goddess Lounge”, a special place between heaven and earth, for those who need an extra boost of selftransitioning. But the only person who seems to need an extra boost is Isis herself. Experience her journey from her hair to her career as an artist; from her beginnings in 1950s Birmingham, Alabama to falling in love; to self love; Witness her transformation through text, humor, drama, poetry and song. Audience comments “Cherie Danielle’s energy is infectious….a young actress with wisdom beyond her years….I enjoyed Isis’ journey immensely…” – Stephanie Calla, Owner of La Maison d’Art “Cherie captured me from her opening monologue….her hair monologues were hilarious….one minute I was laughing my butt off and then she transported the audience into a dramatic historical odyssey of race in America via her character, Isis’ journey to self – discovery….This play should be seen by everyone….” – Clarence Mujahid Ali, Producer “Cherie is unapologetic in rendering Isis’ story….character transitions…her depth …range and blending of today’s Hip-Hop genre with the culture of the 60’s was so refreshing…. ” – Michael A. Jones, Actor, Musician, Playwright

CategoriesPerforming Arts


(Thursday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Porter Sanford III Performing Arts & Community Center

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