graphic for 200 Days In a digital autobiography by Johannah Edwards

200 Days In

A SEEK project by Johannah M. Edwards with support from Raleigh Arts

About the Project

What "measurements" have you been taking of your life during the pandemic? September 21, 2020, marked Johannah's 200th day in full COVID-19 quarantine due to her immune-compromised status. With this digital time capsule of her thoughts, work, family, and life from 200 Days In, Johannah counts her days, her blessings, and her son's Happy Meal toys. 

200 Days In: A Digital Autobiography by Johannah M. Edwards

About the Artist

Johannah M. Edwards, Executive Artistic Director of Women's Theatre Festival, has directed, devised, and produced countless theatrical productions in NYC, Minneapolis, and the Triangle. Some of her favorite collaborations include Licked Cupcake (WTF), Flee This Place (Burning Coal/Minnesota Fringe), and I Spend My Whole Life Missing (NYC). Johannah has been a teaching artist at Raleigh Little Theatre, Arts Together, Sterling Montessori, LearningSpring, NC Governor’s School, America Reads program in NYC public schools, and most recently as the Interim Theatre Program Director at Longleaf School of the Arts. Johannah is a Chief Rep for the Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts and serves on the Arts Learning Community for Universal Access through the Office of Raleigh Arts. She also serves on the newly formed SETC Equity Diversity Inclusion + Access Task Force.



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