I talk to Tryphena, who plays Queen Sarabi on The Lion King on Broadway. We discuss her experience playing this role for almost a decade as well as her self-published book and Fearless Friday series.
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Tryphena Wade is a multi-dimensional artist from Columbus, Ohio. She is a professional actor with a career that includes work overseas, throughout North America, and Off-Broadway. She is currently gracing the stage as Queen Sarabi in Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway in New York City. In 2017 Tryphena self-published her first book, The Heart Works: A Collection, and has recently finished directing and producing a short film titled “Dear Carefree Black Girl”. She is a proud graduate of Howard University and has explored over 30 countries as a performer, student, adventurer, and globetrotter. Tryphena has a passion for encouraging others to live life fearlessly and does so through several mediums including her weekly YouTube series, Fearless Fridays, speaking engagements, and her Fearless Living Course and Coaching services. For more info about all that Tryphena does, visit https://www.tryphenawade.com or @tryphena_wade on Instagram or check out her YouTube channel.
“Fear Is Stupid. In all things, Live, Love, Go, Do, Be.” – Tryphena Wade
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