Week 1

© Éric BeauséjourOPENING COCKTAIL ©Courtoisie du Théâtre Plaza

Unveiling of the programming and opening of the Asian Heritage Month celebrations

Tuesday, May 1st
5:30 pm to 8 pm 

Free admission

Théâtre Plaza
6505, Saint-Hubert
Street Metro Beaubien

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Montrealers are cordially invite to this year’s Opening Cocktail to celebrate the launch of the 24th edition of Festival Accès Asie.

Hosted by Darleen Wong, the event will be held at Théâtre Plaza and kicks off Asian Heritage Month celebrations. The festivities will begin with a word of welcome from our guest of honor, Guy Sioui Durand. Excerpts from the Festival`s program will be presented throughout the evening, accompanied by sweets to enjoy sans moderation.

Along with some surprises, the evening will include the musician Yuki Isami who will perform an excerpt from her concert Brise japonaise, the dancers from Giri Kedaton, Indonesian music and dance ensemble who will share their repertoire and magician Yan Lee Chan who will conjure up a little stardust. And not least, DJs Interstellaire II and Me Float will keep guests moving to their electronic beat throughout the evening.

The entire Festival team is pleased to welcome you to the unveiling of this 24th edition for an evening of discovery and adventure.

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©Courtoisie de Guy Sioui DurandGuy Sioui Durand – Guest of Honor

Guy Sioui Durand, a Huron Wendat, is a  theoretical sociologist, independent curator, art critic, and speaker-performer. His views on Aboriginal art and contemporary art emphasize the rewilding of our imaginations and the renewal of relationships. Guy specializes in several different fields which he makes complementary. He teaches Initiation to Modern and Contemporary Aboriginal Art at the Kiuna Aboriginal Institution, the only fully Aboriginal postsecondary institution which opened in 2011. This winter (2019), he will also be teaching the History of Aboriginal Art at UQAM. Guy Sioui Durand is a leading writer of Aboriginal culture, including Réseaux et pratiques d’art parallèle au Québec (1997), Riopelle Indianité (2003), and l’Esprit des Objets (2013). siouidurand.org

Darleen Wong ©Katie-Marie Photography_6Darleen Wong – Interior Designer

At the crossroads is the expression that would characterize Darleen Wong, interior designer, born of a Dominican mother and a father of Chinese origin. A polyglot of languages describes her grandmother who raised her during her youth in the Dominican Republic. To attest to her cultural wealth, she moved to Beijing and Hangzhou to study Mandarin. This eclectic fusion of cultures cultivates the creative process in her work. Today, with nearly a decade of experience in interior design, Darleen gives new impetus to the approach of her discipline and, for the first time, formulates a term for her works and creations: Boudoir Therapy.  darleenwong.com

Yuki Isami ©Joachim RaginelYuki Isami – Flute

A native of Japan, Yuki Isami discovered music at the age of four through the piano. After receiving first prizes from Toho’s College of Drama and Music in Tokyo, and the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal, she now pursues a flutist career. She has participated in many international festivals and performed in various orchestras including the Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal and the Orchestre symphonique de Québec. She has also worked on various projects to promote Japanese music and culture in Canada with instruments such as the shinobue, koto, and shamisen. She has notably arranged and performed Musique japonaise: Branches et racines and TSUKIa musical and visual tale. yukiisami.com

Giri Kedaton © Jérôme BertrandGiri Kedaton – Music and Dance Ensemble

Giri Kedaton, which means «Royal Mountain» in Balinese, got its start thanks to the donation of two Balinese gamelans from the Indonesian government to the Faculty of Music of the University of Montreal after its World Fair exhibition in Vancouver in 1986. A series of Balinese gamelan workshops, hosting the great masters of Balinese music, quickly became a victim of its own success. In 1995, the idea of creating an autonomous and distinct ensemble out of the gamelan workshops became a reality, and Giri Kedaton was born. Composed of 25 musicians and 3 dancers, the ensemble has performed in numerous festivals such as the Francofolies 2016, the Classica Festival, the Festival Traditions du Monde de Sherbrooke, and the Orientalys festival. In 2007, Giri Kedaton developed a project called Bali X that merges Balinese music and various other styles such as metal, techno, pop, rock, etc. Giri Kedaton’s mandate is to showcase Balinese music and culture in Montreal, throughout Quebec, and across Canada to highlight Balinese culture and to maintain links between the Bali music community and the broader Balinese population in Montreal. girikedaton.com

Yan Lee Chan ©Yan Lee Chan_2

Yan Lee Chan – Magician

Yan Lee Chan has always been fascinated by the creation of magical moments. From a very young age, he practiced the art of magic and conjuring. Later on, he trained in visual arts and studied theatrical production specializing in lighting design. With these different hats, Yan has collaborated with directors and companies such as Marie Chouinard, Marie Brassard, Denise Filiatraut, les 7 doigts de la main and the Rubberbandance Group. This magician captivates audiences at more than a hundred shows a year in the Montreal region and with his show L’art de la magie dans les écoles et bibliothèques. He is constantly developing his Micro-Magic program which he performs before your very eyes or even in your own hands. magicienmontreal.ca

Interstellar II et MF credit Julien ChampagneInterstellaire II and Me Float – DJ and VJ Duo

Chittakone Thirakul is Interstellaire II and Gabrielle Goudbout is Me Float. Together, these two artists, represented by the record label Jeunesse Cosmique, have created a sound and visual project. The duo, always reaching for the stars, is also at the helm of CISM Radio’s show, also called Jeunesse Cosmique, where they devote themselves to discovering lost treasures and the future of music. Chittakone is of Laotian origin and pays tribute to his Asian origins with his project Hazy Montagne Mystique. The duo loves to liven up evenings with music tainted by quite diverse styles of music, with a penchant for Oriental and Asian sounds.

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DANCE

©Alvin Collantes et David López Subdíaz

Éclosion & Arūpa

From Thursday, May 2nd to Saturday, May 4th
 7:30pm
Sunday, May 5th
4pm

$ 21 / 29

 ÉDIFICE WILDER - Espace danse
1435 de Bleury Street
Metro Place des Arts

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Festival Accès Asie and Tangente invite you to a double bill featuring Éclosion by young dancer Tanveer Alam and Arūpa, a co-creation by dancers Julie Beaulieu and Sonia St-Michel, which will be presented at ÉDIFICE WILDER - Espace danse from May 2nd to 5th.

In Éclosion, Bangladeshi-Canadian virtuoso, Tanveer Alam, awakens the body and mind. Inspired by Kumudini Lakhia, a pioneer of Kathak dance, he asks himself, «What can I bring to this dance? Why does it need me?» Driven by an electronic soundscape, the dancer cultivates a nonlinear temporality, unbinding his choreography from the structure of Indian classical music. He expresses himself through rhythmic patterns, fusing emotion and composition. This visceral and nuanced dance unfolds in space, but also in the depths of his body. In the presence of the audience, Tanveer reinvents himself through dance.

Arūpa, by Julie Beaulieu and Sonia St-Michel, is an incursion into the antechamber of forms. Through a diagram determining the choreographic territory, the dancers explore the imprints left behind through their practice of Odissi and Bharatanatyam. Arūpa is an invitation to enter into a choreographic and sound architecture where fragments of transparency appear, where the notions of path, passage, and portal meet.

Artist talk Friday after the show.

Workshop open to all with Tanveer Alam on May 4th, from 2pm to 3:30pm

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Tanveer Alam ©Alvin Collantes_3Tanveer Alam - Dancer and choreographer

Born in Montreal, Tanveer Alam is a passionate and charismatic dancer, whose performances reflect his love of dance. He started his Kathak dance training with Sudeshna Maulik and then developed his art with guru Sandhya Desai. He has also participated in various workshops and explored different facets of Kathak with different masters such as Pandit Birju Maharaj, Kumudini Lakhia and Nahid Siddiqui. In 2016, Tanveer joined the School of Toronto Dance Theatre and is currently in his final year, studying contemporary dance. He performed across North America and has had the opportunity to perform in the work of various master choreographers such as Pandit Birju Maharaj, Danny Grossman, Rina Singha, and Janak Khendry. In 2019, he will present his first solo performance at Tangente.

Julie Beaulieu ©David López Subdíaz_2Julie Beaulieu - Dancer and choreographer

Dancer, researcher, and teacher, Julie Beaulieu holds a master’s degree in dance from UQAM. A disciple of Vidwan Rohini R. Imarati since 2003, she periodically travels to India to perfect the art of Bharatanatyam, perform, and participate in residencies. Her collaborations and past creations have led her to work internationally. In 2010, Julie co-founded Saṃskāra: les artisans du passage with the musician and researcher Jonathan Voyer. Their mission is to promote transcultural dialogue through the arts. Julie is an associate member of the Centre d’études et de recherche sur l’Inde, l’Asie du Sud et sa diaspora (CERIAS). In 2018, Julie undertook a PhD in Arts Studies and Practices (UQAM). The concepts of transculturality and migration of gesture occupy her research interests, in practice and in reflection. samskara.ca

Sonia St-Michel ©David LopezSonia St-Michel - Dancer and choreographer

A performer in Odissi dance, Sonia first trained in Ottawa in the early 2000s. Since 2005, she has been perfecting her art in India with masters Aloka Panikar and Sujata Mohapatra. Passionate about music, Sonia has also trained in classical singing with Stéphanie Piercy Beames. As well, she continues to practice the Alexander Technique and Yoga. As an independent choreographer, Sonia creates poetic and intimate works inspired by her practice in Indian dance, nourished by her interdisciplinary collaborations. She has performed in India, Canada, and Mexico. Sonia teaches Odissi dance and offers workshops and performances in schools. soniastmichel.com

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QUEER CABARET

Kalyug ©Kama La MackerelKalyug: A Queer Cabaret in the Age of Darkness

Friday, May 3rd
9 pm

$ 10

Sala Rossa
4848 St-Laurent boul.
Metro Laurier

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In the Hindu and Indian subcontinent philosophies, Kalyug (Kali Yuga) is the fourth and last cycle of the world, before Kali self-destructs in order to rejuvenate.

Known as the Dark Age, Kalyug refers to a period of time when the resources of the earth are depleted and where human beings are driven by fear, scarcity, and the desire to dominate. In this period, we move away from a virtuous life and cause extensive harm and destruction to the earth, to others, to ourselves.

At a time when we are living through an unparalleled environmental crisis, with increased racial tensions and anti-immigrant sentiments, and where there have been ongoing assaults on the existence and well-being of LGBTQ+ communities, Kalyug: A Queer Cabaret in the Age of Darkness, brings together a generation of emerging queer and trans Asian artists to speak their truths, to shed their light, to cast spells of goodness in dark times.

Kalyug: A Queer Cabaret in the Age of Darkness is curated and hosted by Kama La Mackerel featuring The Balcony, Seckin Sinar, Naya Salamé, Jess Tran, Shin Ling, Yassi Vile, and Laila Gulabi, a host of artists who are LGBTQ+ immigrants and/or refugees working in poetry, storytelling, spoken word, music and dance.

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The Balcony © Alexandre Souza

The Balcony – Acoustic pop-rock/folk duo

The Balcony is an acoustic pop-rock/folk musical duo, formed in 2015, and comprised of Rhys Sheng and T.Y Jung who are both immigrants who came to Montreal at a young age. The duo was named after their childhood hangout spot between their two apartments, affectionately named “The Balcony”. Their debut song The Balcony is dedicated to their decade-long friendship. Rhys is a video artist, performer and writer who recently finished his studies in Communications at Vanier College. T.Y is a student at University of Montreal, a dancer and musical theater performer who has worked with local companies such as Mainline Theatre and Centaur Theatre.

Seckin Cinar ©Kama La MackerelSeckin Cinar – Multidisciplinary artist

Seckin Cinar is a choreographer, performer, actor, dancer, poet, yoga teacher and emerging musician based in Montreal. After studying performing arts in Istanbul and working as an actor and a dancer, he immigrated to Montreal in 2018. He is still in search for the right channel to express his artistic voice at this new land. He is currently in training at True North Insight Living The Heart Of Wisdom, practising Buddhism and is a student of Echart Tolle at his Echart Tolle School of Awakening.

Naya Salamé © Juliet MazraNaya Salamé – Interdisciplinary artist

Naya Salamé is an interdisciplinary Lebanese artist. She was born and raised in Beirut and has recently moved to Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal. She is interested in exploring questions of hope, recovery and transformation in a violent, patriarchal, colonial world.

Jess Tran © Kelly KimJess Tran – Spoken word artist

Jess Tran is the youngest child to Vietnamese refugees. Born and raised in Oskana kasetaki/Regina, they now live in Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal.

Processed with VSCO with  presetShin Ling – Multidisciplinary artist

Shin Ling is a multidisciplinary artist who loves expanding and finding new ways to create art through photography, poetry, art journaling, singing, and playing the ukulele. A strong believer that art should be an experience of healing, empathy, and connection, she explores thoughts and ideas that are authentic to her experience; these include gender, race, sexuality, and mental health. She is currently completing a Communication Studies program and with a minor in Education at Concordia University, and she loves green tea and chocolate!

YassiVile ©Val BahYassi Vile – Spoken word artist

Yassi Vile is a queer East Asian adoptee. In a broken and stuttering Frenglish, she goes through life having to balance her traumas and hopes. She believes in the intrinsic magic that every women and femmes of color carry as well as in the eventual end of the hetero-cis-white supremacy. In all her stories, she blends feelings of grief and joy together, afterwards coating them up in honesty and care.

Laila Gulabi ©Abdullah SyedLaila Gulabi – Drag Queen

From her lip-syncs of Bollywood and Soca hits to the latest Italian Pop singles, Laila Gulabi (she in drag/they out of drag) is a New-York-based drag artist queering her Indo-Guyanese and Italian background through drag. Growing up in New York, a city of proud immigrants, without a doubt, influences Laila’s take on the art. She is one of the few out Muslim and Guyanese drag queens in North America, and she strives to make a space for individuals of her identities and those overlapping with hers through her unique drag in a North American queer world, often homogenous and White-centred.

Kama La Mackerel© Pascha MarrowKama La Mackerel – Curator and host

Originally from Mauritus, Kama La Mackerel is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, educator and cultural mediator who lives in Montreal. They are the founder of GENDER B (L) ENDER, Montreal’s unique LGBTQ+ open mic, the founder and artistic director of Our Bodies, Our Stories, an artistic mentorship program for QTBIPOC (Queer & Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) and the curator of The Self-Love Cabaret. Kama’s life’s work, their community work and their artistic practice all interlace around the themes of decoloniality, justice, love, healing & the commitment to relationship building. lamackerel.net

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Exil - Peuples d'ici et d'ailleurs & Bridges of Hope Openings

Saturday, May 4th
2pm

Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec
615 Sainte-Croix Ave
Metro Du Collège

Free Admission

Exhibition runs from May 4th to 26th
Wednesday to Sunday 12pm to 5pm
Adults: $8
Seniors: $6
Students: $5
5 years old and under: Free

Press release

Festival Accès Asie, in collaboration with the Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec, Productions Feux Sacré, and Teesri Duniya Theater is delighted to present this double exhibition, Exil – Peuples d’ici et d’ailleurs and Bridges of Hope. The public is cordially invited to attend the opening on Saturday, May 4th at the Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec.

Exil – Peuples d’ici et d’ailleurs is curated by Hanieh Ziaei and Nadine St-Louis and brings together artists Eruoma Awashish, Chadi Ayoub, and Kamal. The artists explore the theme of exile as a moment of transition and change, both individual and collective, through different mediums: installations, sculptures, drawings, and photographs.

Bridges of Hope examines the notion of exile, diaspora, and cross-cultural experiences through visual and photographic works by South Asian artists Anita Rau Badami, Jayanta Guha, and Jaswant Guzder, also the curator of this exhibition.

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Eruoma Awashish ©Nadya KwandibensEruoma Awashish – Visual artist

Eruoma Awashish holds a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary art from the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi. She recently participated in the Biennale of Contemporary Aboriginal Art (BACA) and presented at the winter 2017-2018 an installation at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Her artistic approach aims to create spaces for dialogue and thus facilitate the understanding of First Nations culture. Having lived in the community of Opitciwan, Wemotaci and Mashteuiatsh, Eruoma has a great belonging to its indigenous culture. Her work speaks of miscegenation and metamorphosis. Suffering and hurt are themes that she often addresses, because, according to her, suffering can become a gateway to transformation and surpassing oneself. Her work is imbued with spirituality, symbolism and syncretism. Through these intersecting and clashing symbols, his works speak of contrast and miscegenation, of duality and balance, of suffering and serenity, of wounds and healings.

Chadi Ayoub ©Adriana Garcia CruzChadi Ayoub – Visual 

Born in Lebanon, Chadi Ayoub is a graduate of the National School of Fine Arts in Beirut and the School of Design of UQAM. He began his professional life as a set designer in a children’s puppet theater troupe. His artistic approach and concerns are mainly focused on recycled materials. In 1999, he embarked on the exploration of recycled newsprint, developing a technical process that allows him to produce large, robust and lightweight sculptures that are resistant to the elements. Based in Montreal since 2005, he has participated in several solo and group exhibitions. In 2016, he began a tour in Quebec with his TRIPTYQUE. In the spring of 2019, he returns to Montreal with TRIPTYQUE at the Lethbridge Exhibition Center. chadiayoub.com

Kamal ©Shahriar AsadiKamal – Photographer

Born in Iran, Kamal discovers photography in the streets of his childhood. His interest in documentary photography arose after his enlistment in the army during the Iran-Iraq war. Under the mentorship of renowned Iranian photographer Chehrenegar, Kamal will begin taking photographs illustrating the social and political aspects of life under the Islamic Republic of Iran. His main motivation is to capture and share with the public ephemeral and historical moments. An independent documentary photographer since 1991, his photographs have been published in various Iranian, North American and European media, including books, magazines and newspapers. Her works have also been exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions and are part of several public and private collections. He has lived in Montreal since 2003, where he is working on a project on the issue of cultural identity, as part of the change in policies on multiculturalism and immigration in Quebec. His documentary work with Stanley Lewis was exhibited by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 2006. kamalphoto.com

Hanieh Ziaei_©Hamed TabeinHanieh Ziaei – Curator

As part of her research in the sociology of art at UQAM and ULB, Hanieh Ziaei works on the place and role of Iranian artists in exile. As curator, she is interested in the trajectory of artists of cultural diversity and the political and social dimensions of contemporary art. Through her triple culture at the crossroads of Montreal, Brussels and Tehran, she saw exile as a piece of her own identity. She also collaborates with several Quebec cultural periodicals (Vie des arts, Séquence, Ex-Situ, TicArtToc (DAM)) and Belgian (Archipels, Espace de Libertés). Since January 2019, she has been interim Director at the Centre culturel Georges-Vanier in Montreal, continuing her commitment to social equity.

Nadine St-Louis ©Nadya KwandibensNadine St-Louis – Curator

Nadine St-Louis is a Metis entrepreneur with Algonquin roots and Acadian and Scottish family origins. She has more than 25 years of experience in development and community management. Nadine is also a member of the Committee for Cultural Renewal under the Quebec Minister of Culture. Over the years, she has become an important figure in the development of native economy in arts and culture in Quebec, Canada, and internationally, through cultural events and innovative business models. Entrepreneur, speaker, and trainer, Nadine St-Louis manages Sacred Fire Productions and the Ashukan Cultural Space (a permanent infrastructure located in the historic district of Old Montreal) dedicated to providing aboriginal artists access to the art market and becoming known beyond Canada.

Anita Badami_© Dipti GuptaAnita Rau Badami – Visual artist, writer, and critic

Anita Rau Badami draws the visual images for her textual and painted works of human emotions. As a visual artist, writer, and critic, she has won national and international acclaim for her moving, but often humorous, portrayals of family life in Canada and India. Anita is the author of Tamarind Mem (1996), The Hero’s Walk (2001), Can You Hear the Nightbird Call? (2006), and Tell it to the Trees (2012). She has won the Commonwealth Best Book Prize for Hero’s Walk and the Marian Engel Award for the body of work she has produced.

Jayanta Giha_© Yu YuJayanta Guha – Multidisciplinary artist

Jayanta Guha, living in Saguenay, is a multidisciplinary artist specializing in photography, poetry, music, and writing. In his artistic expressions, he seeks the intimate connection that exists between life, earth, water, and light, which has also opened the door to his photographic expression. As a visual artist, comparative images form an important part of his exploration where both human and physical environment are juxtaposed. His work has been presented in Canada and abroad.

© Courtoisie de Jaswant GuzderJaswant Guzder – Visual artist, author, and child psychiatrist

Jaswant Guzder’s works span the long journey of this third generation South Asian Canadian as she remaps identities and exists between worlds. For many years, Jaswant’s visual art has been exhibited in Montreal and galleries in Victoria, London, New York, Rome, and India. She has designed numerous book covers and contributed to websites of cultural psychiatry in the US, the World Psychiatric Association, and McGill University. This summer, she will give a workshop on creating visual books at McGill's Visual Arts Centre. She writes long fan books on the themes of migration and free association conversations joined together from dismantled books. These books are partly inspired by her therapeutic work through which she listens for continuity in narrative.

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Conférence ©Kamal

Meeting with the curators of Exil - Peuples d'ici et d'ailleurs & Bridges of Hope

Sunday, May 5th 
2pm

Free Admission

Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec
615 Sainte-Croix Ave
Metro Du Collège

Press Release

Following the exhibitions Exil - Peuple d'ici et d'ailleurs and Bridges of Hope, meet  the curators Hanieh Ziaei, Nadine St-Louis and Rahul Varma, playwright and artistic director of Teesri Duniya Theatre.

Together, they will return to the theme of exile and territory.

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Hanieh Ziaei_©Hamed TabeinHanieh Ziaei – Curator

As part of her research in the sociology of art at UQAM and ULB, Hanieh Ziaei works on the place and role of Iranian artists in exile. As curator, she is interested in the trajectory of artists of cultural diversity and the political and social dimensions of contemporary art. Through her triple culture at the crossroads of Montreal, Brussels and Tehran, she saw exile as a piece of her own identity. She also collaborates with several Quebec cultural periodicals ((Vie des arts, Séquence, Ex-Situ, TicArtToc (DAM)) and Belgian (Archipels, Espace de Libertés). Since January 2019, she has been interim Director at the Centre culturel Georges-Vanier in Montreal, continuing her commitment to social equity.

Nadine St-Louis – CuratorNadine St-Louis ©Nadya Kwandibens

Nadine St-Louis is a Metis entrepreneur with Algonquin roots and Acadian and Scottish family origins. She has more than 25 years of experience in development and community management. Nadine is also a member of the Committee for Cultural Renewal under the Quebec Minister of Culture. Over the years, she has become an important figure in the development of native economy in arts and culture in Quebec, Canada, and internationally, through cultural events and innovative business models. Entrepreneur, speaker, and trainer, Nadine St-Louis manages Sacred Fire Productions and the Ashukan Cultural Space (a permanent infrastructure located in the historic district of Old Montreal) dedicated to providing aboriginal artists access to the art market and becoming known beyond Canada.

© Teesri Duniya TheatreRahul Varma – Playwright

Rahul Varma is a playwright and the artistic director of Teesri Duniya Theatre, which he co-founded in 1981. In 1998, he co-founded the theatre magazine alt.theatre: cultural diversity and the stage. He writes both in Hindi and English. His recent plays include Land Where the Trees Talk, No Man’s Land, Trading Injuries, Counter Offence, Bhopal, Truth and Treason and State of Denial. Some of his plays have been translated into French, Italian, Hindi and Punjabi. He is a recipient of the Juror’s Award from the Quebec Drama Federation, an award for promoting interculturalism from the Montreal English Critic’s Circle, South Asian Theatre Festival Award, and the Montreal English Theatre Award for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity. Rahul has also been a finalist for the Quebec Writer’s Federation prize for playwriting. teesriduniyatheatre.com

Du 1er au 30 mai 2019