Nina Kennedy, Spoken-Word Artist
As a spoken-word performer, Nina Kennedy had appeared at the Women’s One World (W.O.W.) Café Theatre, the Dixon Place Theater, and the Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!) in New York City, as well as several of New York’s nightclubs. She has also performed at the Frauen Café and the WUK Women's Center in Vienna.
She is the subject of a short film chronicling her work as a spoken-word performer, which premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival, and was subsequently screened at film festivals worldwide. She was also engaged to give spoken-word performances at many of these festivals.
Works available by the author:
Feels Like a Woman, Screenplay,
Collection of Short Stories,
The Miracle of the Bread and Fish, Stage play,
Handy Love, Stage play,
Wagner’s Ring Recycled, Stage play,
Fingers and Tongues: The Transition, Memoir.
Nina Kennedy is available for orchestral engagements, solo recitals, spoken-word performances, lectures, and screenings of her documentary film Matthew Kennedy: One Man's Journey, followed by Q&As.
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