NAISULA: A Prayer for a White Woman, her African Servant, a Shaman and a Spirit Child

Painting by Paton Miller       www.patonmiller.com

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3  at 7.30pm

John Drew Theater at Guild Hall  158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY

FREE      Reservations required:  https://give.guildhall.org/JDTLab

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO HELP ME FUND THIS PRODUCTION

10% of funds raised go to Masai women of Kitengela, Kenya,

to pay school fees for their daughters

In this mythical story set in Colonial Kenya of the late 1950s, a shaman finds ways to heal the wounded souls of a white woman and her African servant. Together, they must transform a lump of clay into a spirit child who will live on earth but may return to the land of the spirits at any time.

She is NAISULA – “woman of power”

Click image below to see a short video about this project

Help me to fund this project!  Please go to my fundraising campaign where you will find all the details:

CLICK HERE FOR THE FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

10% of funds raised go to Masai women in Kitengela, Kenya

With the help of my friend Chief Nickson Parmisa of Kitengela, Kenya, I will donate 10% of funds raised to a group of Masai women in Kitengela who struggle to send their daughters to school. Meet Nickson in this video:

When you donate funds to NAISULA, the theater project, you also help the Masai ladies of Kitengela.  Some of them are living on less than one dollar a day, and their daughters often do not get a chance to receive an education as the funds are simply not there.  With a little help from YOU, those daughters will receive an academic education as well as information on HIV/AIDS, female genital mutilation (which is still practiced among some Masai communities) and forced early marriage.