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“Lady Dove” aka Pheralyn Dove, is a cultural warrior.

Although she continues to hone her skills as a writer and performance artist, since 2015 Pheralyn Dove has returned to her roots in visual art.  She expresses her visions through photography and collage. All of the stunning nature scenes, landscapes, and blooms you see all over this entire website were captured by Pheralyn – whether shooting with her iPhone or her Nikon DSLR 3200.

Pheralyn Dove is a poet and culturalist whose work has been showcased nationwide and internationally as a spoken-word artist, author, essayist, playwright, educator and workshop facilitator. Lady Dove lives in a state of perpetual gratitude. A graduate of Hampton University, she is the author of “Color in Motion,” a book of poetry featuring a foreword by legendary drummer Max Roach. “Little Girl Blue,” her one-woman show in which she portrays 17 characters, is a 90-minute multi-media production about a woman’s journey from victim to victor. Lady Dove has appeared in her native Philadelphia, in New York City, Paris and Rome. She performed her poetry during a private event in Accra when she made her pilgrimage to Ghana, West Africa in February 2019.

Dove was selected for the juried NYC International Fringe Theater Festival, performed at Vision Festival in NYC, and Jazz a la Villette in Paris. She is the featured poet on Khan Jamal’s “Return from Exile” and Tyrone Brown’s, “Moon of the Falling Leaves” CDs. Dove has been a press agent, radio producer,

 

“Lady Dove” aka Pheralyn Dove, is a cultural warrior.

She is a poet and culturalist whose work has been showcased nationwide and internationally as a spoken-word artist, author, essayist, playwright, educator and workshop facilitator. Lady Dove lives in a state of perpetual gratitude. A graduate of Hampton University, she is the author of “Color in Motion,” a book of poetry featuring a foreword by legendary drummer Max Roach. “Little Girl Blue,” her one-woman show in which she portrays 17 characters, is a 90-minute multi-media production about a woman’s journey from victim to victor. Lady Dove has appeared in her native Philadelphia, in New York City, Paris and Rome.

Dove was selected for the juried NYC International Fringe Theater Festival, performed at Vision Festival in NYC, and Jazz a la Villette in Paris. She is the featured poet on Khan Jamal’s “Return from Exile” and Tyrone Brown’s, “Moon of the Falling Leaves” CDs. Dove has been a press agent, radio producer, entertainment editor for the Philadelphia Tribune, feature writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and lead grant writer on teams that have raised more than $175 million dollars for worthy nonprofit concerns.