" In African societies and in Native American
societies there were always cross dressers "
"Love is my sword and truth is my compass." Assatta Shakur
|"Internationally acclaimed bard-diva Storme Webber conjure/weaves the fabric
of poetry and song with pain, love and victory to heat you, soothe you, move
you..." M. Jonson/WOMRecords
Storme Webber is a singer/poet/performer originally from Seattle.
She has performed extensively throughout the USA, England, the Netherlands
and Germany. Her varied credits include BBC Radio, ITV Television,and
theater: ("For Colored Girls..."/London;"Gross National Product"/the
|She has performed her one woman show "Wild Tales of a Renegade Halfbreed
Bulldagger" to sold out audiences in Europe and the US;and her literary work
has been anthologized in several countries.Other recent film work
includes:vocals on the soundtrack of "Hope in Heart: May Ayim"/ Germany
1998, and narration on the documentary"Black Russians"/ USA 2001.
In addition to her own work,she has promoted the creative expression of
women of color worldwide,and remains inspired by such brilliant forerunners
as Angela Davis, Audre Lorde, Essex Hemphill and Assatta
Shakur. She remains committed to expanding definitions of
sex/race/gender/sexuality, and struggling for social justice via the medium
of art,believing as Bertoldt Brecht said that" Art is not merely a mirror
held up to reflect reality, but a hammer with which to shape it."