Obehi Janice

March 14th, 2014 § 0 comments

Obehi Janice is a hard-won reward. (Photo Credit: Adrien Bisson)

Obehi Janice is a hard-won reward. (Photo Credit: Adrien Bisson)

Obehi Janice is an actress, writer, producer, and director. A native of Lowell, Massachusetts, her written work explores the power of voice in identity, politics, cultural exchange, and testimony.  Her plays have been produced by GAN-e-meed Theatre Project, Sleeping Weazel, MPAACT (Chicago), The One-Minute Play Festival, The Berkshire Fringe Festival, and The Boston Theater Marathon.  Her one-woman show, FUFU & OREOS, is receiving a workshop production on June 6, 2014 as part of the XX PlayLab (Company One/Boston Center for the Arts). Obehi is also an essayist and a sketch writer. Her latest comedic web project, BLACK GIRL YOGA, will debut this spring.

Obehi is the essayist for the April 14 reading.

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