Goddess or a hot mess?
A fated claim to be the goddess of femininity and sensuality hangs over young Oshun’s head. In the mythical realm of Ile Ife, over the lands of West Africa, all the orishas (dieties) have their domain. But, young Oshun has to prove that what she does is even a thing. When Oggun, the god of metal and technology, flees leaving Ile Ife and Earth in darkness and chaos, Oshun knows it’s her chance to show what she’s capable of.
But can she really bring Oggun back for order to be restored?
Are her powers a force or a farce?
Written and produced by Amarantha Robinson
Directed by Jaime Wilson
Dramaturgy by Sandra Fiona Long
Sound design by Daniel J. Marquez
Music by Adrian Hearn and Suns of Mercury
Image by Elfie Jade
Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.
Aural Rating 100%: Entirely sound-based with no visual elements and can be fully experienced by blind or low vision audiences.