Reviews are in and the critics say that Type/Caste "demands to be seen."
"Like Whoopi Goldberg in her one-woman show, the one that made her a star, Agbabiaka can do it all ... he has an astonishing range." “On top of accents, his richly imagined writer’s life and those aforementioned acting chops, Rotimi Agbabiaka can also belt out a song ... [he] leaves you wanting to hear more.” - Jeffrey Edalatpour of SF Weekly “What to do … when you don't fit even into the types that ca
For a three-week engagement at Brava Theater Center in San Francisco and it's Opening Night, y'all! A few years ago I wrote in my journal ... "My [artistic] mission is to assert my right to exist.
The importance of my story.
The acknowledgement of my presence. Who am I?
Black. Fag. Nigerian. African. American. Immigrant.
Poor. Short. Lost. Uncertain. Uprooted. Pioneer.
Post Colonial (?)
Definitely Not Post Racial.
I wanna insert myself into the narrative." As I open th