All-Girl Cast Tackles Insecurities of Adolescence Through Drama, Poetry and Music in Original Stage Play ‘Brown Skin Girl’ 

Brown Skin Girl' Debuts in Columbia September 9th-11th at WOW Performing Arts Center

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Columbia, SC – Walking on Water Performing Arts Center stages ‘Brown Skin Girl’ inspirational teen stage play featuring an all-female cast of girls of color. The play will be held Friday, September 9-11, 2022 at The WOW PAC, located at 8907 Two Notch Rd, Ste F, Columbia, SC 29223. Tickets may be purchased at and patrons may call 803-678-7272 for more information.

‘Brown Skin Girl’ teen stage play, written by Vanessa Lynn and directed by Tangie Brickhouse-Beaty, breaks down the stereotypes and insecurities of teen girls of color and empowers young women to walk in their truth. Audiences will have four chances to see this talented cast of ten Midlands-area youth perform. The showings are Friday, September 9th at 7:30 pm, Saturday, September 10th at 3 pm & 7:30 pm, and Sunday, September 11th at 3 pm. This show is great for the whole family with tickets ranging from $20-$23 and kids ages 6 and under are free.  

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