schtick, schtick…BOOM! + Madeline + AMA: Rahama Wright
Ask Me Anything: Changemakers - December 3, 2022
The world may seem chaotic right now, but these activists, artists, and community leaders are helping make the world better.
Ask Me Anything: Changemakers features interviews with DMV residents who are making the world a better place. These interviews serve as inspiration for a performance by WIT’s improvisers.
The run also features performances by our family of company of ensembles . Each night features a different line-up and no two shows are the same (even remotely!).
About Rahama Wright
After serving in the Peace Corps, Rahama Wright launched Shea Yeleen, a DC based social impact beauty brand, that creates pure plant-based shea butter body care products that create living wage jobs for women in Ghana. Rahama is redefining beauty, proving that nourishing our skin with the purest, most lush plant-based ingredients does not preclude us from empowering our sisters across the globe. Through her brand, she is re-imagining the way we do business to build a more equitable future for all. Products can be found at Macy’s, MGM Resorts, and select Whole Foods.
Masks are required for all patrons in performance spaces. WIT encourages the use of medical-grade masks (like surgical masks). To learn more about Studio Theatre’s COVID safety policy, visit their health and safety page.
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Photo by Jeff Salmore