co-presented with Greater Boston Stage Company
Racism. Hate crimes. Love. Islam. Culture. Language. Life. Five Muslim women in a post-9/11 world serve tea and uncover what lies beneath the veil in this critically acclaimed one-woman show.
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Unveiled | Statements after an Arrest under the Immorality Act | Lonely Planet | Ripe Frenzy
Rohina Malik is an award-winning Chicago playwright, actress and solo performance artist. She was born and raised in London, England, of South Asian heritage. Her critically acclaimed one-woman play UNVEILED has been presented at theaters across the United States.
Malik’s plays THE MECCA TALES and YASMINA’S NECKLACE were both nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award for Best New Play.
She is a Resident Playwright Emeritus at Chicago Dramatists and an Artistic Associate at Voyage Theater Company in NYC.
Malik was selected to receive the 2018 Lee Reynolds Award, given annually to a woman active in any aspect of theater whose work has helped to illuminate the possibilities for social, cultural, or political change. Malik’s plays have been produced at The Goodman Theater, Crossroads Theater NJ, Chicago Dramatists, Next Theater, Brava Theater, Voyage Theater Company, 16th Street theater, Victory Gardens theater, Silk Road Rising, Theater Project Baltimore, Mustard Seed Theater, New Rep theater, the Greater Boston Stage Company, Water Tower Theater in Dallas, Premiere Stages in NJ and San Diego Rep. Rohina is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America. https://rohinamalik.weebly.com
MATTHEW GUMINSKI returns to New Repertory Theatre after designing Via Dolorosa and The Testament of Mary. Recent design credits include Ghost: The Musical (WPPAC); Million Dollar Quartet (Seven Angels Theatre); and Rocky Horror and High Society (Winnipesaukee Playhouse). Other regional theatre credits include work at Timber Lake Playhouse, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Foothills Theatre Company, The Barnstormers Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, and the North American tour of Sleeping Beauty and The Great Russian Nutcracker (Moscow Ballet). His work has also been seen across most of the world as the Lighting and Video Designer for the pop rock bands JoJo, Jon Bellion, Neon Trees, MisterWives, and Young the Giant. Mr. Guminski is an eight-time recipient of the New Hampshire Theatre Award for Best Professional Lighting Design for Proof (2006), The Woman In Black (2007), Two Rooms (2008), The Glass Menagerie (2009), Around the World in 80 Days (2010), Shipwrecked! (2012), The Fantasticks (2014), and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (2015). He received his BFA in Lighting Design from Boston University. mglightingdesign.com
LOGAN PRATT returns to New Repertory Theatre having previously worked as a Production Assistant on Ideation. Off Broadway credits include Strange Interlude (Transport Group). Regional credits include The Clean House (Williamstown Theatre Festival); and Meteor Shower (Long Wharf Theatre). Other regional theatre credits include work with George Street Playhouse, Theatre By The Sea, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, and Big Dance Theater. She grew up on the South Shore of Massachusetts, and received her BA in Theatre Stage Management and Communication from Fairfield University.
JEFFREY PETERSEN returns to New Repertory Theatre after working as Technical Director for Brecht on Brecht and Thurgood. Recent New England design credits include Elemeno Pea, Lost Tempo, Equal Writes, Restricted, and The Honey Trap (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre); and The Werther Project, Uncommon Women and Others, Cosi fan tutte, Rosmersholm, and The Whitmores (Boston University). Assistant design credits include Melancholy Play (Trinity Rep). Select Technical credits include The Cherry Orchard, Ivanov, and Galileo (Classic Stage Company); Collaboration: Warhol & Basquiat (HERE); Rated P (Westside Theatre); and Ripcord, Come Back Little Sheba, The Second Girl, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Huntington Theatre Company). Select regional design credits include Dancing at Lughnasa, Pavilion, Sylvia, Last Five Years, Glass Menagerie, and String (Yellow Tree Theatre); and Rocky Horror Live (Cardinal Theatricals). Jeffrey received his BFA in Performance and Scenic Design from the University of Minnesota Duluth and is anticipating his MFA in Scenic Design from Boston University in the spring of 2018. jeffreypetersendesign.com