Dadaab Theatre Project

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photo Richard Hess

photo Richard Hess

Julianna Bloodgood and Michael Littig are the co-founders of The Dadaab Theater Project, a youth based theater project in Dadaab, Kenya, the world’s largest refugee camp and is a founding member and co-artistic director of The Great Globe Foundation, a non-profit organization utilizing the power of creativity to inspire and empower the individual voice and to help build bridges between people and communities. She has been a key collaborator in the True Body Project, dedicated to empowering girls -and all community members- to identify and stay in their true bodies and maintain and grow their authentic voices and has worked with hundreds of community members in the greater Cincinnati region. Julianna has acted as a community theatrical facilitator for numerous projects, including the International People's Project theatre workshop on contemporary slavery; the Drop Inn Center, homeless shelter of Cincinnati; Shangilia Youth to Youth Network of Kangemi, a slum in Nairobi, and with resettled refugees in Portland, ME., through Portland Stage Theater. https://greatglobefoundation.org/

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photos Michael Littig