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Ten black women meet at a crossroads. They provoke dialogues among themselves about being a black woman, highlighting the impact of racism on their subjectivation processes. The show addresses the different faces of black women, in their joys, sadness, dreams, desires and struggle. The characters and the staging are built with references to the Yorubá culture, the play brings the feminine energy personified in Orixás. 

Through a non-hegemonic narrative, the show has references to Afro-futurism in connection with the ancestral knowledge found in the various diasporic poetics that permeate Being Negro: jazz, blues, samba, funk, rap and candomblé.


Yaba  - Black Women (2020)

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