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Jade Anouka is a London-based actress whose extensive stage credits include appearing in the Donmar Warehouse's Shakespeare Trilogy and Doctor Faustus in the West End, and whose musical theatre credits include Cover My Tracks and Golden Boy The Musical.
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by Jade Anouka Read poem below, see cast list, music and inspiration information. Thanks for watching and please share! -- I Am A Woman My eyes hurt My back is pained I am a woman. I work hard I play hard I am a woman. I drink pints I drink wine I am a woman. I like dresses I like shirts I am a woman. I eat pizza I eat cake I am a woman. I go running I go boxing I am a woman. I like guys I like girls I am a woman. I bleed And I argue I am a woman. I take the bins out I cook the dinner I am a woman. I have sofa days And I fart I am a woman. I am married I am not I am a woman. I am sexy I am cool I am a woman. I sing And I dance I am a woman. I want kids I don’t want them I am a woman. I scream And I smile I am a woman. I read books I write poems I am a woman. I am hard And I am soft I am a woman. I walk tall Can feel small I am a woman. I have muscle I have brains I am a woman. I am chubby I am skinny I am a woman. I wear make-up Or I don’t I am a woman. I’m an actor I’m an actress "I'm a woman Phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, That’s me."* -- (*- quote from Maya Angelou's 'Phenomenal Woman') http://mayaangelou.com Cast in order of appearance: Noma Dumezweni, Frances Barber, Finty Williams, Faye Marsay, Caitlin McLeod, Jenny Jules, Hana Walker-Brown, Pearl Mackie, Anneka Harry, Gabby Wong, Tanya Loretta Dee, Marley Morrison, Frances Eva Lea, Amy Lennox, Kerry Howard, Sabrina Grant, MyAnna Buring, Grace Savage, Beverly Walker, Ann Yee, Antonia Thomas, Jade Anouka, Natalie Ibu, Judi Dench, Jackie Clune, Martina Laird, Phyllida Lloyd, Jacqui Walker, Jennifer Joseph, Laura Dockrill, Cherrelle Skeete, Harriet Walter, Tawiah, Adrien Logsdon & Dolly, Rachel Denning, Tanya Moodie, Sharon Rooney, Jessica Clark, Genevieve Barr, Clare Dunne, Emilyne Mondo, Helen Cripps, Shanna Baynard, Danusia Samal, Zainab Hasan, Gemma Cairney, Emma Dennis-Edwards, Kathryn Drysdale Music: Instrumental of 'Medusa' by Grace Savage: http://tiny.cc/GraceSavageSPOTIFY https://gracesavageofficial.com http://www.anoukapoetry.com http://www.jadeanouka.com/ @JadeAnouka
Is This Loneliness? Written and performed by Jade Anouka Sound and images by Michael Dickes "Sat alone with just nature for company, the poem asks: is this loneliness?" For more visit www.AnoukaPoetry.com & www.JadeAnouka.com Twitter @JadeAnouka And check out my first published poetry collection 'Eggs On Toast' Contact Michael at michaeldickes.weebly.com
Winning A Poem written and perfomed by JADE ANOUKA https://www.jadeanouka.com https://www.AnoukaPoetry.com shot and directed by SABRINA GRANT YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwAka_hkQ4cKWw6ePh7bmUQ edited by Jade Anouka & Sabrina Grant Original Music by GRACE SAVAGE https://www.gracesavageofficial.com .
Penelopiad - A video poem by Jade Anouka and Sabrina Grant. Based on The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood. Of Penelope's story from Homer's The Odyssey. Written and performed by Jade Anouka with Frances Lea, Anneka Harry, Cloudia Knight and Sabrina Grant Original music by Frances Lea Penelopiad First 5 came, then 50, 120! But what could I do? What could I say? I am just one woman, I can't make them go away. It was love, or so the story goes. Flattery disguised as unkindness, friends acting like foes. Then another 5, another 50, an extra 380! But I couldn't stop them coming, I couldn't make them not stay. I'm just a fragile human being, I've got to live each day by day. It was because of their desire, their passion, the supposed 'force of nature', That made them behave like animals, like sickly beastly creatures. A final 5? The last 50? A total 730? But. No more buts, I'll use my wit to succeed. No more oppressed female victim. I'll use my will power to achieve. To help me in this task I chose my four favourite maids. Kerthia, Narcissa, Selene and Melantho of the Pretty Cheeks, But though they promised me their faithfulness, They deceived me like, whores, no less. Then a mere man came and saved me, a hero concealed. And killed all in sight just as I, the woman, had willed. No more 50 or 380 or even maids to comfort me, But this is what I wanted, to be an independent woman, A mother and a wife, with just her husband and her son. Who needs maids? Who needs the hundreds? Who needs anyone but herself? Who wants love? Who wants comfort? Just shroud me with my wealth. I wrote this after performing in the original production of Margaret Atwood's The Penelopiad with The Royal Shakespeare Company and The National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Canada. For more go to: jadeanouk9.wix.com/anoukapoetry
Presenter Sabrina Grant interviews Jade Anouka on the set of her My Time poetry video. They talk about her poems and upcoming acting job, Julius Caesar at St Anns Warehouse, New York.
Written and Performed by Jade Anouka Original music by Irene Ketikidi Directed and Edited by Sabrina Grant With Assistance from Anneka Harry www.AnoukaPoetry.com www.JadeAnouka.com My Time That moment That time in life Where time is life That unique time Where there's too much time Or not enough things to fill it. That time When you have all the time in the world And all that time's for keeps That bit of time before it's no longer yours Before your time is theirs... That special time A treasured time A time filled with possibilities A time when you don't keep time Because at that time It's time To say this time's mine This is my time.
Written and Performed by Jade Anouka Directed and Edited by Sabrina Grant With Assistance from Anneka Harry www.jadeanouk9.wix.com/anoukapoetry & http://anoukapoetry.blogspot.co.uk/ FORGET Your legs turn to liquid Feet weigh a tonne There's a firework show in your belly. Your hands turn to stumps Eyes sting from the light And elephants dance on your forehead. The drugs are next door The water's much further But you attempt and your brought to the floor. The world just went dark There's a bump on your head Yet you get up an attempt the next step. A loud noise is heard Something has fallen You open your eyes and realise that it's you. You're tired exhausted More than ever before And decide that it's now time to rest. So you let your lids close You relax every muscle And forget to take your last breath.
Cover My Tracks In an interconnected, digital world, what does it take to disappear? Cover My Tracks, a new production with live music, starring Charlie Fink and Jade Anouka will be performed at The Old Vic, as part of Lates at The Old Vic. Former Noah and the Whale front-man and songwriter Charlie Fink, multi-award-winning playwright David Grei...