Uche Ama is a Black queer theatre arts and vocal performer born on the stolen Indigenous land Tkaronto. Deeply passionate about cathartic art that intrigues, creates discomfort and makes you ask questions, they are an anti-oppression facilitator, a 2019 Dora nominated graduate of the Music Theatre Performance program at St Clair College and an alumni of the prestigious 'Broadway Theatre Project'. Previous performances include 21 Black Futures (Obsidian Theatre with ‘CBC Gem),The Negroes Are Congregating (Piece Of Mine Arts),Obeah Opera (Asah Productions) and The First Stone premiere in Toronto and Ottawa(New Harlem Productions). She is a performing arts educator and continues to hungrily explore the many pathways that are available in her artistic practices.
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