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Not One of Us

The murder of George Floyd inspired my latest solo performance piece, exploring the intersection of race, class, privilege and gender in my life.  The work addresses systemic racism, including medical discrepancies as I experienced them, in medical school at Yale, on an OB-GYN rotation in Lagos, Nigeria, in training in San Francisco and finally as a stroke patient!

Not One of Us 


 “Bold and Provocative.”  

"Spectacular!”    "Brilliant!"   “Beautiful!”

"Loved and was so moved.”  "Deft, spare." "Transporting."    “Inspiring!”

"Thank you for an enchanting tale told brilliantly."

 "I hope your performance gets broadcast to a much wider audience as such consciousness raising is necessary to enable more parity, trust and confidence between patients and doctors, healthcare & front line workers, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sex & gender preference, etc."

Upcoming Performances

    Watch this Space


        Playground SoloFest             Potrero Stage & Simulcast


Past Performances

 UCSF, Santa Clara Medical Center, 

Diversity Training Courses


Brian Copeland Presents: 

the Best of San Francisco Solo Series

Watch Excerpts Now: 

Tell It On Tuesday MarshStream

Not One of Us


              Begins at 26 sec

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Tell It On Tuesday MarshStream

Excerpt: (Nigeria/Motherland) 

Not One of Us
Begins at 25:25


              (click for sound)  

Sneak preview of work in progress:

What We Carry:
An exploration of family footprints​

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David Ford's Class MarshStream
Excerpt: 3 Characters from a
Family's History 
What We Carry
(begins at 53:40)

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