QURRAT ANN KADWANI will perform her award-winning one woman show, "They Call Me Q!" in which she plays 13 characters in 1 hour!
BEST ACTRESS AWARD at the Variations Theatre Group Harvest Festival 2012 in NYC
BEST PLAY AWARD at the Maui Fringe Festival 2013 in Hawaii
“THEY CALL ME Q!”
Written and performed by Qurrat Ann Kadwani
Directed by Obaid Kadwani and Claudia Gaspar
Developed with Ellery Schaar
Presented by Sankara Eye Foundation
Sponsored by Bobby Rehani and Amrish Dias!
For video clips, press, reviews: www.qkadwani.com/TheyCallMeQ
Who is Q? Why do they call her Q? Travel with Q as she goes on a journey to find herself amidst 13 characters based on her traditional Indian parents, Caucasian teachers, Puerto Rican classmates, African-American friends and various Indian women. Life wasn’t easy growing up in the Bronx but will Q be able to reconcile being Indian and American?
***Appropriate for audiences over 13 years old.***
She will also be performing in Orlando, Montreal, and Washington D.C. as well as at colleges!
Sankara has over 300 volunteers across the US helping spread the word. In NYC and Long Island, volunteer chapter leader Kanika Marwaha organizes and hosts fundraisers for the Sankara Eye Foundation. To contact Kanika, please email Kanika@GiftofVision.org
When & Where
Sankara Eye Foundation USA
The Sankara Eye Foundation USA is a Charity Navigator ranked 4 star charity whose mission is to eradicate curable blindness around the world. "Vision 20/20 by 2020" A $30 donation can help give someone their vision back!
To learn more email Kanika@GIftofVision.org or visit www.giftofvision.org