Dates and Times
Tue 30 November – Wed 1 December at 7.15pm (55 Mins)
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Presented by Tania Camara
Oreo, coconut, Bounty Bar — micro-aggressions used to disempower a black person deemed to be ‘acting white’.
A semi-autobiographical solo about being a successfully educated black woman within western society, Oreo interrogates racial micro-aggressions and their effect on mental health within private and public personas — focusing on public figures such as British MP Diane Abbott + Portuguese politician Joacine Katar Moreira.
Exploring the racial term ‘Oreo’ in relation to experiences of episodic racism within higher education and employment, Tania challenges the notion of whitening her physical and phenomenal self to achieve success in society, asking you to open-up and join-in to celebrate a moment of freedom, a moment of clarity.
Creator, Performer, Producer: TaniaCamara
Dance Mentor: Pape Ibrahim aN’diaye (a.k.a. Kaolack)
Director: Peader Kirk
Technician: Stacey Potter
Original Oreo Lighting Designer: Kamini Patel
Image: -‘Tania Camara, Me, myself and my Oreos, SPILL Festival of Performance 2016, produced by Pacitti Company. Photo by Guido Mencari.’
Oreo commissioned by STUN (Sustained Theatre Up North), developed with the support of HOME, Divergency + hÅb. Supported using public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This performance contains racial slurs.
This performance contains Plain White Flour and Oreo Biscuits.
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About the company
A Manchester-based solo performance artist, Tania Camara works across devised theatre, dance, site-specific, live art, and video. A graduate of the University of Amsterdam with an MA. Tania’s current practice focuses on personal accounts of memory, to uncover her identity; belonging and the black performing body.