"Here is what I have to say:
In 1999, I attended
an event at the YWCA in High Point, NC. I had no idea that I was
witnessing the first of what would become a national phenomenon! Wambui
Bahati presented, “I Am Domestic Violence”. It was as inspiring, life-changing, thought-provoking, and relevant then as it is now . . . " (READ MORE)
I Am Domestic Violence provoked solemn reflection Wambui Bahati's challenging one woman show electrifies - - - Posted by Kyle Walsh on Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 2:30 PM
"I am domestic violence!" Wambui Bahati shouted from the crowd, surprising the audience. I, too, was surprised—though for a different reason. I'm not usually a fan of solo theatre performances, and given the subject matter, I came into the Spatz Theatre somewhat skeptical of how the show would go. Domestic violence is a subject that could be difficult to cover solo; but Bahati has clearly perfected her one woman show. Her transition between characters was seamless, even in the middle of stories of utter tragedy, she would slide into a character that would both make the audience roar with laughter and brim with emotion . . .
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