“I’ve certainly heard music before, but there was something different about today that allowed me not only to hear it, but embrace it. It was so healing; like a shot in the arm…It was so wonderful to see women so confident, gracious, and encouraging; working in such a harmonious way. I left with a smile on my face.”Vanessa Williams, Singer
On behalf of the Peace Corps, I want to thank you and the other castmembers of In Her Words for celebrating National African AmericanHistory Month with us…We were all greatly impressed by your play and its insights into the lives and social influence of the remarkable Black women depicted in In Her Words.
Aaron Williams, Director of the United States Peace Corps
As manager of the Capitol View Neighborhood Library, I write to thank you and your
production company, Liberated Muse Arts, for the presentation of “In Her Words” …  On a scale of 1 to 5 (1 = poor; 2 = average; 3 = satisfactory; 4 = excellent; 5 = outstanding), 94% rated the presentation a “5″ …The statements of customers clearly revealed their
appreciation of the production.  In one word, they frequently described the performance as “great,” ”exceptional,” “inspirational,” “excellent,” and ”beautiful.”    Several attendees connected the  informative content with the significance of the women and their times, pointing out that your format presented a remarkable “history lesson.”
P. Mills, DC Public Library System
“Thank you to Khadijah and the actresses of In her Words for reminding us
about the beauty of our culture through song and words. The play was
informative and thought-provoking!”
T. George, audience member, singer/songwriter and 2012 IN HER WORDS tour sponsor
“We would love to have you all back as [In Her Words] was a highlight of our 2013 programming.” S. Palmieri, Alexandria Virginia Library System
“What a breathtaking performance Liberated Muse. I was inspire and empowered all over again as a Black Woman through a group of African-American Women who did a powerful spoken work/singing performance, sharing the life of artist and writers such as Billie Holiday and the influence their music and activism had in light of Social Justice.”
B. Mushenye, audience member
“I was extremely satisfied with the program and professionalism of the troupe.”
A. Thomas, Education Director, Smithsonian Anacostia Museum


Promotional shot for the 2011 season of the play RUNNING AMOK
Promotional shot for the 2011 season of the play RUNNING AMOK

“The play was funny, poignant, and emotional. It is extremely well-written and you definitely hear Khadijah telling her own very personal story as a mom and creative woman through the dialogue.  The songs were great and the actors/singers were all amazing, across the board. I can definitely see this small community production growing and going above and beyond what anybody in the audience could realize. I am so glad I was able to attend such an awesome performance.CaShawn Thompson, Dirty, Pretty Thangs

“Playwright Khadijah Ali Coleman is a writer after my own heart because she penned a piece tackling issues we mothers tend to keep to ourselves. I applaud her and the cast for bringing this subject matter to the forefront.”Seshat Walker, The General Store



Liberated Muse Featured on NPR

“I am saddened to see the Liberated Muse social network go. I have enjoyed being a part of this collective and being able to peruse the various wealth of talented people which made up it’s members. It has been a pleasure to meet many members here and thrilling to share in the works of others. The administration has been up to par regarding engagement of the site while keeping us posted about many things and I will miss the blogs!
I will look at this event not as the ending but as a beginning…after all life is about change!”

Always One Love,
Chenyelu Bomani, musician/poet

Liberated Muse is a place I would call a home to come to for real talk… it is known for reaching out and reaching new heights with harmony love and friendship behind it. Always full of information for those who wanted a place to go. It’s the essence of sister and brotherhood. Real life Real People Entrepreneurship Grand Entertainment and a Supportive Service that gives motavation to anyone who needs that push. I will miss you dearly. You have been always giving to everyone here and always giving back to the community. I somehow believe this is not the end. I do believe it’s just a small door closing for something bigger to come.

JONVEE, photographer/model/singer/poet

Wow, Liberated Muse is one of the few places that actually gives an artist the opportunity to perform at an array of different venues and events. I met some wonderful artist because of Liberated Muse and a few good friends as well… Thanks for being just what an Artists needs :=)

Much Creative Love

Mahoganee, singer/community activist

You have given me so much support from day one. Liberated Muse is/was one of my cyber-homes where I can go, and truly be myself, and let my hair down (what little I have left).

I felt truly honored when you created a group here on LM based on what I was doing with the Literary Arts Festival. Without your help, who knows how far the Movement would have gotten at this point? I feel truly blessed to have known everyone here, and be invited to become a part of this site. I continue to enjoy the Capital Hip Hop Soul Festival, and will continue to support it, and do what I can to help it grow. Count me in for any future Liberated Muse Productions projects!!!! I will greatly miss my cyber-home. You hard work is definitely appreciated!!!!

Kevin Sabio, writer

Every time I logged on to Liberated Muse I found engaging topics and resources from like-minded artists from around the world. Liberated Muse also inspired me to begin creating and performing my original music again. I am sad to see the Liberated Muse social network go. Thank you for the opportunities. 
~Quineice, singer/actress/writer

Liberated Muse is so Cool…..so active in promoting Art. I wish there was something/someone here in the Southern Delaware and Ocean City Beach Area doing what you do. 

-Jimmy DiLorenzo, musician

Thank you for being a force of love and creativity for artists everywhere…this is still only the beginning, i feel great and beautiful things are yet to bloom from you!peace and joy and more dancing…always!
-binahkaye JOY!, dancer/actress/writer

Sorry to see the goodbye of this beautiful social gathering. Enjoyed all of you so much. I would click and hear very yes tunes and gaze at aah art works . I even got to meet some of you. I needed this. Love and blessing to all of you. Stay strong.
-Mars, visual artist

Sniffle …what a great future comes with change. This was a wonderful site…cool eclectic with beautiful talented folks! It’s been real! Keep shining and rising!  Awww and I must say, thanks for your constant support! It’s truly appreciated!
Stevie’s Soul, artist/radio personality/artist manager

It was a great run and now you can inspire us to an even greater level of creativity and positive energy.
-Turtel Onli , visual artist

It’s so sad to see Liberated Muse’s Ning network go, but I do know that things change. I am glad I was a part of it…Thanks 

Pam Ward, actress/singer

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