Praise for Unveiled by Rohina Malik, performed by Gulshan Mia at 969 Festival at Wits Theatre in South Africa
"She creates five characters on stage. Maryam, a Pakistani immigrant; Noor, a Moroccan American; Inez, an African American convert or “revert”; Shabanay, a British born rapper; and Layla, a Palestinian immigrant. Each of them tells out her story. I shed a tear or two....Works like this do their bit to bring about peace and harmony and counter hate. I wish this could visit every school, every church, every mosque, every temple in the country." Moira de Swardt
"One of the most awaited performances of the 2016 National Arts Festival was Unveiled, written by internationally-acclaimed playwright and actress Rohina Malik.... Unveiled tackles the issues of Islamophobia and the story is revealed through five Muslim female characters all played by Durban-born actress and activist Gulshan Mia.
Unveiled was written in response to the 9/11 attacks in America and is one of the bravest and uplifting experiences I have ever had." Khinali Bagwandeen
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