Amina Henry is a phenomenal author and playwright. Her work has been produced, presented and/or developed by: Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Kitchen Dog Theater, The New Group, The Flea, Clubbed Thumb, National Black Theater, Barefoot Theater a Ensemble, Brick Theater, the cell, Theater for a New City, Dixon Place and Brooklyn College. She has an MFA in Playwriting from Brooklyn College. During the summer of 2017, I had the privilege of conducting an interview with the theatrical diva that was warmly received by our subscribers (Please see: Interview With Poet and Playwright Amina Henry). Some of Amina’s theatrical creations include Animals, Bully, Ducklings, and quite a few more.
Amina is a strong believer in education. She is a graduate from Yale University, NYU’s Performance Studies MA program, and the MFA Playwriting program at Brooklyn College. Amina is widely known for her work as an activist, specifically on issues affecting women. She regularly teaches Mighty Quills at Hunts Point Alliance for Children (HPAC). When it comes to reliability as an artist, friend, mentor, playwright, sister, and humanitarian, very few people can walk in the same footsteps as Amina Henry. It is with great honor that I am happy to announce Amina Henry as the recipient of the Warlock Asylum International News 2018 Playwright of the Year Award. Congratulations and we offer out deepest gratitude for all the contributions that you have made to the world of theatre and human society.
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