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By Shaista Latif
Shaista Latif is a perpetual guest.
She has been invited to tell a story.
Shaista Latif is a storyteller.
Shaista Latif is a story.
To mark her position and her eventual disappearance she creates a live archive to test the enduring value of her existence. Using childhood mementos, music, videos and found objects, Latif boldly questions who has the right of preserving a history.
In this compelling and hilarious documentary performance, Latif invites the audience to help her preserve what is at the risk of being erased and forgotten.
Four shows. Showtimes are as follows:
Feb. 27-29 at 8 p.m.
Feb. 29 at 2 p.m.
UNIVERSITY & COLLEGE: $25 // HIGH SCHOOL: $5
Shaista Latif is an artist, director and facilitator. Her works explore the politics of inclusion and class. Latif’s works have been presented at the NAC’s Ontario Scene Festival, SummerWorks, Why Not Theatre’s Riser Project, Halifax Queer Acts, Art Gallery of Ontario and the Rhubarb Festival. Her play Graceful Rebellions was recently published by Playwrights Canada Press (Queer/Play Book edited by Moynan King). Latif also voiced the character Soraya, in the Oscar-nominated animated film The Breadwinner.