An Interactive Theatrical Routine of D’FunQT

An Interactive Theatrical Routine of D’FunQT

Monday, 10th September, 8pm
St. Andrews Auditorium, St. Andrews College, Domnic Road, Bandra West

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Limited Passes, Priority for Asia Society Members

D’FunQT is filled with D’Lo’s humorous musings, rants and stories of being a transgendered person who grew up in a strict immigrant family, trying to make it all work peacefully while radically and bizarrely challenging mind frames in choosing to exist unapologetically.

D’Lo is a queer Tamil Sri Lankan-American, political theatre artist and writer, director, comedian and a music producer. He has performed and facilitated performances and writing workshops across the world. D’Lo is the creator of the Coming Out, Coming Home writing workshop series which have taken place with South Asian and Immigrant Queer Organisations across the US.


D’Lo on YouTube:

The Park’s New Festival, initiated by the Prakriti Foundation, is interested in presenting the many voices of interest that make up the diverse culture of India. The festival showcases the cutting edge in contemporary performing and visual arts, by artists from around the world and is one of several theatrical festivals organized by the Prakriti Foundation annually. Since its inception it has grown in scale and reach and will travel to six cities across India.

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