Tickets will be available for purchase at the box office on the day of the event.
Rohina Malik is a Chicago-based playwright, actress and solo performance artist. She was born and raised in London, England, of South Asian heritage. Rohina is a resident playwright at Chicago Dramatists, an artistic associate at the 16th Street Theater, and she was one of the four writers in the inaugural group of The Goodman Theater's Playwrights Unit.
Her one woman play UNVEILED had its World Premiere in May 2009 at the 16th Street Theater, directed by Ann Filmer, where it received critical acclaim, and the entire run and extension was sold out. Unveiled received a second production at Victory Gardens Theater, a third production at Next Theater, a fourth production at Brava Theater, San Francisco, and a fifth production at Crossroads theater in New Jersey. Her plays Yasmina's Necklace and The Mecca Tales (a Goodman commission) were both developed and had staged readings at The Goodman Theater.
$25.00/person (Children under 6 will be not be admitted.)
Group Pass (4 tickets)
$80.00 (Limited quantity)
*Admission is free for PUID holders. Tickets can be picked up at the Richardson Auditorium box office.
Palmer Square/Hulfish Garage
One Palmer Square East, Princeton, NJ 08542
Spring Street Municipal Parking Garage
30 Spring St, Princeton, NJ 08542
Rohina Malik, a young Muslim playwright in Chicago, is leveraging her talents to show the value of our Constitution, the importance of exercising individual responsibility to stand up for it, and how to foster public civility with our fellow citizens. Malik’s 2009 play Unveiled stands firm for all Americans’ civil liberties." — Washington Post
Rohina Malik, the hugely talented writer-actress at the center of the Victory Gardens solo show "Unveiled," is a remarkable new theatrical voice in Chicago. In her rich, upbeat and very enjoyable 70-minute collection of five character studies of Muslim women in modern-day America, Malik gives voice to characters from whom we hear far too little in the theater." — Chicago Tribune