Are you ready to take a trip down memory lane and dive into the fascinating stories of the past? Introducing Wambui Bahati, a master storyteller, actress, and writer with a unique gift of engaging and entertaining audiences.
Wambui Bahati isn't just any storyteller - she's a Broadway star, an award-winning one-woman show creator, and an accomplished speaker with over 50 years of experience in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Her stories of the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s will captivate and inspire you, as she brings history to life with her charismatic storytelling style.
Imagine the excitement of reliving the past through the eyes of someone who has experienced it firsthand. Wambui's tales of personal challenges and historical moments provide an engaging and entertaining experience for audiences of all ages. By sharing these stories, Wambui is not only preserving our history but also providing a memorable and enjoyable experience that brings people together.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to hear the captivating stories of Wambui Bahati. Book her for your next conference, convention, community event, church event, school event, or family reunion.
Take a journey through time with Wambui Bahati and discover the power of storytelling like never before!
Wambui Bahati is a captivating performer with over 50 years of experience in theater and public speaking. She is a survivor of mental illness and domestic abuse. She uses her life lessons and wisdom to inspire and motivate others through her powerful performances.
Wambui, meaning "singer of songs" in Swahili, began her formal theatrical studies at the New York University School of the Arts and has had a successful career performing in Broadway productions, regional and touring shows, and custom presentations based on specific themes. She wrote, produced, and stars in the one-woman musicals "Balancing Act" about mental illness and "I Am Domestic Violence."
Wambui has received several awards for her work, including the Lionel Aldridge Award, a national honor recognizing individuals who provide extraordinary service and courage on behalf of people with mental illnesses.
She lives in New York City and is the proud mother of two adult daughters and granddaughters. In addition to her theatrical work, she has shared her love of crafting through tutorial videos. She has written the autobiographical book "You Don't Know Crazy - My Life Before, During, After, Above, and Beyond Mental Illness."