Event | Stage show at PAL Studio Theatre (@PALTheatre), Vancouver, Canada, marking the 50th anniversary of Uganda Asian expulsion

A stage show titled 90 Days is one family’s story of the Uganda Asian expulsion.

To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Ugandan exodus of Asians, and based on the playwright’s own experiences, one of the largest expulsions of the 20th century is brought to life through the lens of a modest Ismaili family tearing themselves away from what they thought was home. Humorous, moving, and completely authentic, Western Gold is thrilled to present the world premiere of this fascinating new play.

By Salim Rahemtulla
Directed by Melissa Oei
September 8 – 25, 2022


581 Cardero Street, Vancouver

Dhirendra: Yusuf Rahim
Nimet Kanji: Parin Rahim
Akshaya Pattanayak: Nasser Rahim
Parm Soor: Munir Kassam
Sabrina Vellani: Shamira Rahim

Rachel Brew: Assistant Stage Manager
Karen Chiang: Stage Manager
Matthias Falvai: Assistant Sound Designer
Layla A. Jaffer: Cultural Liaison
Rebekah Johnson (she/her): Lighting Designer
Angela Konrad: Director Mentor
Joelysa Pankanea: Composer / Sound Design
Kimira Reddy: Set Designer
Christina Sinosich: Assistant Costume Design
Donnie Tejani: Costume Designer

For more information about the play, visit 90 Days, Western Gold Theatre

CLICK HERE to read a review by Mandeep Wirk of duniyajournal.com of 2021 Zoom reading of 90 Days

Buy tickets here

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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