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The Diary of an Afro Goddess

July 21, 2016 - July 24, 2016

The Diary of an Afro Goddess
Advance Tickets
Previews: Thursday July 21st & Friday 22nd, 2016 @ 8pm
Opening night: [includes talk back with artist and director] on Saturday July 23rd @ 8pm
Sunday July 24th @3pm

Weds July 27th @8pm
Thurs July 28th @8pm
Friday July 29th @8pm
Saturday July 30th @8pm
Sunday July 31st @3pm
Weds August 3rd @8pm
Thurs August 4th @8pm
Closing night: Friday August 5th @8pm

Previews (7/21-22) $10 advance $15 at the door
Opening/closing night 7/23 & 8/05 tickets are $20. Advance/$25 at door
All other shows are $15 advance sale & $20 at the door,

Art LovHer LLC and Wow Cafe Theatre
in Association with RHYTHMCOLOR Associates

present the premiere

written and performed by Cherie Danielle, director Marishka S. Phillips:


A Tour de Force

Isis, the Afro Goddess, is not only a Goddess, but she is also the main source of entertainment at “The Goddess Lounge”, a special place between heaven and earth, for those who need an extra boost of self- love before transitioning to the next dimension. But the only person who seems to need an extra boost is Isis herself, which leaves her audience questioning, how did she become an Afro Goddess?

Experience her journey from her hair to her career as an artist; from her beginnings of being born in 1950s Birmingham, Alabama to falling in love; to self love; as it unfolds through text, humor, drama, poetry and song, Cherie is unapologetic in rendering Isis’ story.

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….her depth…range and blending of today’s Hip-Hop genre with the culture of the 60’s was so refreshing…. – Michael A. Jones, Actor, Musician, Playwright

“Cherie Danielle’s energy is infectious….a young actress with wisdom beyond her years….I enjoyed Isis’s journey immensely…”- Stephanie Calla, Owner of La Maison d’Art

“Cherie captured me from her opening monologue….her hair monologues were hilarious….one minute I was laughing my butt off and then she transported the audience into a dramatic historical odyssey of race in America via her character, Isis’ journey to self – discovery….This play should be seen by everyone…”- Clarence Mujahid Ali, Producer

10% of all ticket sales and contributions will be donated to Blackdiaries.org


Discounts available for students and groups. Contact producer at. Rhythmcolorassoc@gmail.com


July 21, 2016
July 24, 2016
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WOW Cafe Theatre
59-61 East 4th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003 United States