Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Exploring The Meaning Of Womanhood

Clockwise from left: Mycquel Glinton, Nishan Patton
and Anthia Butler
By ALESHA CADET
Tribune Features Reporter
acadet@tribunemedia.net

THREE best friends are set to reveal and restore the beauty of womanhood with the debut of their very first stage play entitled “She Shall Be Called Woman”.

Two performances will be staged at the Crush, Coral Towers, in Atlantis, at 7pm on Friday, September 9, and at 4pm on Saturday, September 10.

With their first production, the trio of Mycquel Glinton, Nishan Patton and Anthia Butler is seeking to create a space for dialogue and to capture the spirit behind their amazing journey to discovering what womanhood means throughout the world in this day and age.

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