I Am Domestic Violence © 1998 Wambui Bahati | All Rights Reserved.
Because I Am Domestic Violence is so unique, it is often hard to describe exactly what the production is. When one organization reached out and had questions about the one-woman show and workshop, rather than go back and forth with emails about how I Am Domestic Violence is presented; Wambui decided to make a video showing what the show, I Am Domestic Violence, looks like. We have decided to share that video on this platform for any organizations who might be interested in this production. Please contact us through the ‘booking form’ (at the bottom of this page) if you would like further details.
"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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