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Community Conversations with Dominique Morisseau
Anacostia Arts Center
Washington, DC
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Community Conversations with Dominique Morisseau
Join us for this special conversation with award winning playwright,  Dominique Morisseau as we have a multi-generational conversation about creative process, sustaining spaces for Black women in theatre, and continuing the legacy of Black theatre in America. This event is a free event and open for persons of all ages.

More About Dominique Morisseau

DOMINIQUE MORISSEAU (Playwright) is an alumna of the Public Theater Emerging Writers Group, Womens Project Lab, and Lark Playwrights Workshop. Credits include: Skeleton Crew (Sundance; Lark Barebones); Detroit 67 (Public Theater, Classical Theatre of Harlem/NBT); Sunset Baby (Gate Theater; LAByrinth Theater); Follow Me to Nellies (ONeill; Premiere Stages). She has produced other original works with the Hip-Hop Theater Festival, Penn State University, American Theatre of Harlem and The New Group. Her 3-play cycle, entitled The Detroit Projects includes Detroit 67, Paradise Blue (developed with Voice and Vision, Hansberry Project, NYTW, McCarter Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the Public Theater), and Skeleton Crew. Awards: Steinberg Playwright Award, Jane Chambers Playwriting Award, two-time NAACP Image Award, Primus Prize commendation, Stavis Playwriting Award, Spirit of Detroit Award, U of M Emerging Leader Award, Weissberger Award, PoNY Fellowship, Sky-Cooper New American Play Prize, and the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama.

More About FRESHH Inc
Freshh Inc Theatre Company is a new theatre company committed to celebrating and cultivating the voices of Black Women and girls in theater. FRESHH started as a student organization on the campus of Howard University in 20001. In its time on campus it served as a safe haven for sisters interested in discussing the current state Black womaness in and out of hip-hop. Empowering hundreds of female students, politically artistically and socially, FRESHH was incorporated in 2004 to serve a similar purpose nationwide. Using the experiences and structure from its collegiate roots, FRESHH began serving girls ages 8-17 in Southeast, Washington DC. In 2011 FRESHH began serving girls in a hip-hop rites of passage program. In the next year, FRESHH began its Power of the Pen Summer Youth Employment Program.  After year 2 of Power of the Pen, The girls involved continued performing year round forming the Griot Girls, a mentoring program for girls in Hip-Hop Theatre. The women who showed up to enroll their daughters, volunteer as teaching artists, and sell out shows with the Griot Girls, soon became the inspiration for the evolution of FRESHH Inc as a theatre company. In 2015, FRESHH Inc expanded its mission to include serving Black women as well as girls and adding producing the work of Black women in theatre to its mission.


Anacostia Arts Center (View)
1231 Good Hope Road SE
Washington, DC 20020
United States


Education > Conventions

Minimum Age: 18
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Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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