ZAMI NOBLA: National Organization of Black Lesbians on Aging Presents

Women Sweet on Women: An Evening of Comedy


Trey Anthony and Karen Williams


The “She Said What?’ Couples Game Show.


Women Sweet on Women is ZAMI NOBLA’s Signature Cultural Event featuring the best of Black Lesbian Entertainment.

This is a Fundraising Benefit for the Audre Lorde Scholarship Fund.

***This is a wheelchair accessible event.***

Hotel Indigo has 5 Wheelchair Accessible Parking Spaces and Disabled or Accessible Parking.

Steps away from the College Park Marta Train Station and Free Event Parking available!

For Tickets & More Information:

Please email if you have any questions about accessibility or if you need ASL Interpretation. or call 678-722-1421.

About the Performers

Trey Anthony

Trey Anthony is a visionary creator, motivational speaker, executive producer and award-winning playwright of international significance. She began writing dramatic plays to showcase her talent and display her versatility as a writer and performer. Her hit play and television series, “da kink in my hair” became a commercial success and ran on the theatre scene for nearly six months in a 1000 seat theatre. It received tremendous critical acclaim and was named one of the top ten plays in Canadian theatrical history and the winner of four NAACP awards.

Trey is the first African-Canadian woman to write and produce a television show on a major prime time Canadian network. She is also the playwright for the thought-provoking play, ‘How Black Mothers say I love you’ which she is adapting into a screenplay and she is currently developing a television series for a major television network. Critics started to fondly refer to her as, “The Oprah of Canada”.

She has performed at The Second City, the Urban Womyn’s Comedy Festival and Toronto’s St. Lawrence Centre of Performing Arts. She was also a writer and performer for Kenny Robinson’s sketch comedy show – After Hours with Kenny Robinson.

Karen Williams

Karen Williams has the unique distinction of being the nation’s first openly lesbian black comic to include specifically lesbian material in her act. Her solo comedy special “I Need a Snack” filmed live in Hollywood ~ and produced by Andrea Meyerson of AllOut Films ~ is a LOGO TV favorite and available on DVD.

Karen Williams is a featured comic performer with Olivia Travel cruises and resorts for lesbians since 1990, logging over 200 cruises and resorts.

Karen’s been a ghostwriter at Columbia Pictures, and her humor writings appear in numerous anthologies, including Joke Stew (Andrews McMeel Publishing), Revolutionary Laughter (Crossing Press), Out in All Directions (Warner Brothers), and Out, Loud & Laughing (Random House).

For comedy bookings, humor workshops, diversity trainings, celebrity wedding officiant requests, college, university, and Artist-in-Residence inquiries:

Karen Williams, M.Ed
HaHA Institute