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Naomi Ducat

An avid explorer of the world, Naomi often finds herself at the intersection of the arts, business, politics, and activism. She has a particular affinity for social advocacy, and therefore supports institutions such as New York Women in Communications and Urban Librarians Unite. Naomi has worked across industries—from fashion design and children’s publishing, to national security at the Obama White House. Like many in DC, her career in business consulting consumes her life with linear data and bureaucratic processes. She is therefore enthusiastic about exploring creative performances that unearth authentic, eclectic, and nuanced elements of the human condition.




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BWW Review: GREY ROCK at The Kennedy Center PhotoBWW Review: GREY ROCK at The Kennedy Center
Posted: Feb. 1, 2020


BWW Review: STORMY WEATHER at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Sprenger Theatre PhotoBWW Review: STORMY WEATHER at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Sprenger Theatre
Posted: Oct. 22, 2019


BWW Review: GREY ROCK at The Kennedy Center
February 1, 2020

Grey Rock, written and directed by Amir Nizar Zuabi and commissioned and produced by Alexandra Aron from the Remote Theater Project, is a masterful reflection of an ordinary, modern-day man in an dilapidated Palestinian village, who has high ambitions to build a rocket, reach the moon, and more importantly, exercise his birthright to dream, create, advance, and launch free from the shackles of oppression.

BWW Review: STORMY WEATHER at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Sprenger Theatre
October 22, 2019

Stormy Weather, written by Sybil Williams and artistically directed by Timothy Nelson, is a musically immersive, cabaret-style performance, inspired by Shakespeare's The Tempest, that presents to the audience to the tribulations of colonization through the lens of Sycorax (Michelle Rogers).

BWW Review: SOONER/LATER at Atlas Performing Arts Center
May 23, 2019

Sooner/Later, written by Allyson Currin and directed by Gregg Henry, catapults the audience into the life of a single, working, middle aged mother Nora (Erica Chamblee), her charming, possessive, teen-aged daughter, Lexie (Cristina M. Ibarra), and a sarcastic and dubious suitor-turned-companion, Griff (Tony K. Nam). The performance is a comedy about love and loss, and draws us into complicated relationships that are timelessly relevant as they touch the fears, desires, and expectations that any American woman-young or seasoned, may experience in her lifetime.

BWW Review: THE LAST SUPPER at The Kennedy Center
March 17, 2019

The Last Supper, a Temple Independent Theater Company Performance, written and directed by Ahmed El Attar with music by Hassan Kahn premiered in the U.S. at the Kennedy Center between March 14-16 2019 after several productions around the world. It is a comedic satire performed in Arabic with English subtitles. The satire is followed by riveting post-show discussion, during which the cast provides insight about the juxtaposition between the extreme affluence driving indifference, and oppression inspiring activism that many of the performers observed and experienced during the 2011 Egyptian revolution.

BWW Review: AMONG THE DEAD at SPOOKY ACTION THEATER
February 25, 2019

Among the Dead, written by Hansol Jung and directed by Richard Henrich is playing at the Spooky Action Theater in Washington DC between February 14 - March 10, 2019 and will undoubtedly rouse your awareness of the resilience and vulnerability of the human psyche.

BWW Feature: AMERICAN MOOR Returns to Washington, D.C.
December 26, 2018

American Moor, written and performed by the esteemed Keith Hamilton Cobb and directed by Drama Desk nominee Kim Weild, returns for a four week engagement at Anacostia Playhouse, from January 9- February 3, 2019.