Snapshots is the latest production in Convergence Theatre’s Incubation Cycle. This new and innovative dramatic text, written by company member Asif Majid, examines the intersection of Muslim and LGBTQ identities in an effort to foster open and supportive dialogue in these communities. Framed as a series of interactions between couples, Snapshots delves into the struggles to embrace and communicate the multiple identities one can hold. This performance features Mikail Chowdury, Fabiolla da Silva, Lakshmi Mellacheruvu, and Axandre Oge.
We are excited to announce that Snapshots has become a virtual theatre performance. As public spaces continue to be affected by closures due to health concerns, Convergence Theatre will be providing this work via online platforms in which the audience can experience this narrative. And just like our past performances, Snapshots will be accompanied by our post-show audience engagement, Converging Minds.
During this time of unprecedented closure of public performance spaces, Convergence Theatre remains committed to continuing to develop performances that engage and incite action that strengthens our community. Our virtual theatre performances provide free access to theatre for any and all. If you are one of the many who has been affected the COVID-19 closures, we ask only for your fellowship. For those who can help support our artists and our organization, we ask you consider a financial contribution to this effort by clicking on the “support” icon below.
Thank you all for your continued faith in theatre’s capacity to promote equity and inclusion.
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