Women Of Independence
What a powerful song! #SayEnough music video is out. An Oxfam and Drama Queens production filmed by Wanlov and @fotombo for Say Enough campaign to end gender-based violence and violence against women. Track Produced by: DJ Kess. Artists: Feli Nuna, FU, Enam and Tinuke Enjoy!
For Colored Girls – [Photos + Video]
A Drama Queens Production filmed by Osei Kwame. ”We really can’t afford for Ghanaian women to feel like they can’t lead change in Ghana”- @kinnareads Join us this Friday from 7-9 pm as we have an online discussion on Twitter about centering women in the struggle for Ghana’s Independence.
CONSENT WORKSHOP – MORGAN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Here’s excerpts of “For Colored Girls”, our last stage play for the Just Like Us (2018) year. This play was staged as part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence and was directed by Le’ianna Nicole Gladden. Enjoy excerpts of the play below; Here are photos from the play;
OPEN MIC AND POETRY NIGHT
Highlights of Our Let’s Talk Consent Workshop at Morgan Community International School, Swedru, Central Region. 6th March, 2018.
THE SEAMSTRESS OF ST FRANCIS STREET
The Open Mic and Poetry Night was a part of our events for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence 2017. The aim was to radiate positive vibes to survivors of sexual abuse.
Let’s Talk Consent Workshop At Ashesi University
This play was written by Mario Farwell and adapted by Yaba Armah. Directed by Dr. Ekua Ekumah of the University of Ghana and produced by Drama Queens as part of the 16 days of activism against gender based violence 2017.
Until Someone Wakes Up Excerpts
A sex-ed workshop with first year students of Ashesi University. Let’s Talk Consent is a Drama Queens Project.
SPEAKEASY: Journey to the Womb
Until Someone Wakes Up is a stage play on real people’s stories and experiences with sexual violence. The story was adapted for the Stage by Yaba Armah, and directed by Akosua Hanson
Drama Queens speakeasy hosted by Nana B. Drama Queens Speakeaises are public conversations we hold every last Friday of the month on feminism, pan-Africanism, taboo topics or topics we feel are not given enough attention. Previous speakeasies have been on topics like Mental Health, and religious influences on sexual love in Africa, as well as […]