Kitne Saare Laloo Yahan Pey Hain
- Creator and Performer
- Bilal Baig
- 60 minutes
Escaping to the West, a young trans woman runs away from Bangladesh with only one suitcase and a secret. As she fears for her life in her new surroundings, can she trust you to keep her safe? Bilal Baig offers a truthful drama that authentically and unapologetically puts queer and trans bodies at the centre of the storytelling.
Due to the sensitive content of this show, patrons will be allowed to enter and exit freely during performances.
This show will offer Talkbacks and Community Conversations after some shows:
Jan 11 - Audience Talkback: An opportunity for the artist and audience to engage in conversation about the play.
Jan 14 - Community Conversation: An opportunity for folks who identify with queer, trans, Indigenous, Black, and/or POC communities to hold space for dialogue in response to the play.
Jan 18 - Community Conversation: An opportunity for folks who identify with queer, trans and South Asian communities to hold space for dialogue in response to the play.
- Tawiah M'Carthy
- Stage Manager
- Cole Vincent
- Set Designer
- Sebastian Marziali
- Lighting Designer
- André du Toit
- Daniel Carter
- Sound Designer
- Steph Raposo
- Movement Consultant
|9th January||7:00pm||Sold out|
|12th January||3:45pm||Sold out|
|14th January||8:15pm||Sold out|
|17th January||9:00pm||Sold out|
|18th January||7:30pm||Sold out|
Factory Theatre Studio
125 Bathurst St
- Level of Physical Access
- Air Conditioned
Sexual contentFog machineAudience participationNudityMature language
Audience participation details
The performer will move into the audience and ask questions that the audience may respond to.