Written and produced by award winning playwright, Niccole Nero Gaines, HAIR'itage the Play is a captivating play that tells the story of six sistahs and their journey with hair. Each sistah shares their love-hate relationship with their hair; telling secret wishes and fears, jealousy and adoration, and the acceptance or rejection from their lovers, mothers, bosses, friends, and self.
More than the popular "love your hair. love yourself" speech, HAIR'itage the Play is a captivating experience that reveals how a woman defines herself by the hair style she chooses. Long, straight, bald, colored, or natural - women of all hair types will be impacted by this unforgettable play.
Join the sistahs on their journey of discovery, balance, and beauty. Gain insights into what YOUR hair means to you, your life choices and beliefs, and happiness.
The topic of hair in the black community is still relevant. Whether you are an R&B superstar, executive, hairstylist, or struggling single mother, what a black female does (or doesn't do) with her hair or her daughter's is judged - by her and others.
What made YOU choose your hairstyle today?
HAIR'itage the Play is a great start to thought-provoking conversations with your churches, communities, sororities, programs, and sistahs!