About the Director
Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah, an award-winning British playwright, director, actor, and broadcaster, is well-known to Baltimore audiences through his plays Elmina’s Kitchen and Let There Be Love—which had their American debuts at CENTERSTAGE—as well as his work as director of Naomi Wallace’s Things of Dry Hours. He has served on the boards of The National Theatre and The Tricycle Theatre, both in London. He most recently served as Artistic Director for the World Arts Festival in Senegal, a month-long World Festival of Black Arts and Culture, which featured more than two thousand artists from 52 countries participating in 16 different arts disciplines. He was recently named the Chancellor of the University of the Arts London.
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