The Women's Theatre Festival Proudly presents


by William Shakespeare

Translated by Mfoniso Udofia

Directed by JaMeeka Holloway

April 8, 9, 10, 16 and 17th at 8pm EST

About: Set in a modern-day Elite All Women’s Academic College. Despite the implications of systemic racism in the institution, the brilliant Othello excels both academically and socially. Her success triggers envy and unearths the covert racism of her colleagues and her close friend and “ally”, Iago, who sets in motion a vile scheme to sabotage and destroy her.

Content Warnings: Instances of racialized violence, racially-charged language, mental, psychological, and stylized physical violence.

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