The Wrong Bashir by Zahida Rahemtulla – Public Reading on Zoom

Free Public Reading of
The Wrong Bashir by Zahida Rahemtulla
August 28, 2020 at 6:00pm Via Zoom

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About the play:
The Wrong Bashir is a comedic play about an Ismaili family whose son, Bashir, is chosen to be the Students’ Mukhisaheb (religious leader). Problem is… Bashir hasn’t been keeping up with his religious studies. Hijinks ensue and this comedic family tale will have you laughing as Zahida creatively weaves wit, family dynamics, and touching moments into her story.

Rumi Tejpar
Nimet Kanji
Sabrina Vellani
Shekhar Paleja
Parm Soor
Balinder Johal
Salim Rahemtulla
Chandni Appadurai

Director: Rachel Ditor
Dramaturg: Heidi Taylor
Producer/Assistant Director: Shanae Sodhi

The Wrong Bashir is a product of the MSG Lab, vAct’s annual new play development program in association with PTC.

vAct is grateful to all the donors who are supporting The Wrong Bashir. See the full list on our donor page here.

The playwright gratefully acknowledges the support of the following people and institutions in the development of The Wrong Bashir: Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre (VACT), Donna Yamamoto, Heidi Taylor, Annie Jang, Rachel Ditor, Bonnie Mah, Anjela Magpantay, Jenna Masuhara, Shanae Sodhi, Playwrights Theatre Centre, Liesl Lafferty, Wet Ink Collective, Project SAT, Cascadia Reading Series, Carmen Aguirre, Bahareh Shigematsu, Arts Club LEAP Playwriting Intensive for Young Writers, Shawn MacDonald, Sasha Singer-Wilson, Jiv Parasram, Monsoon Festival of the Performing Arts, Gurpreet Sian, Rohit Chokhani, explorASIAN, Bev Nann, the Rahemtullas, Sultan Somjee, Kevin Chong, the Writer’s Studio at SFU 2018 Fiction Cohort, Mohammed Alsaleh, Kathleen Flaherty, Anosh Irani and the Project SAT Playwriting Workshop, rEvolver Theatre Festival, Dave Mott and Daniel Martin.