Friday, February 15 at 7:30pm to 10:00pm
Knickerbocker Theatre, Main Theatre
86 East 8th Street, Holland, MI 49423-3504
This production contains subject matter not appropriate for children.
Acclaimed actress Minita Gandhi makes herself the main character in her self-penned, one-woman performance of her struggle to find identity as a woman born in India and raised in the United States. It is a discovery filled with laughter and tears as the road to self-identity takes many turns. Gandhi can be seen in the recurring role of Dr. Prospere on NBC's Chicago Fire, as Musarrat in the web series Brown Girls, was The Onion News Network's anchor, Nina Shankar, and has appeared in many television shows. She is a Master Instructor for Pinnacle Performance Company, where she developed a Women's Leadership Program, and the co-creator of the Women and Femme in the Arts Mentorship Program. MUTHALAND is her first full-length play.
“Wry, wise and sometimes terrifying…Gandhi’s “Muthaland” creates a funny, brash and truthful portrait of embracing one’s past without being smothered by it” The Chicago Tribune
"Her beautifully crafted story engages the audience in her journey of self-discovery and identity" Chicago-Splash Magazine
“Painful, beautiful, and transformative” -NBC