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Book a Screening

Jamil Lgbt12Playwright Jamil Khoury is available to deliver an in-person, 75-90 minute presentation framed around a screening of “Multi Meets Poly.” The presentation includes an overview of the theories explored and a facilitated conversation with the audience. Notions of Americanness, race, culture, community, and the identity politics they produce will be discussed in an open, dynamic, non-accusatory setting.

Universities, colleges, libraries, corporations, faith groups, and cultural institutions are all ideal venues for this program.

To book Khoury and “Multi Meets Poly,” and learn about program fees, please contact Executive Director Malik Gillani at 312-857-1234 ext. 202 or malik@silkroadrising.org.

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Written by
Jamil Khoury

Directed by
A. George Bajalia

Executive Producers
Malik Gillani
Jamil Khoury

Featuring
Gordon Chow as Multiculturalism
Virginia Lee Marie Martinez as Polyculturalism

Director of Photography
Drew Pientka

Editor, Script Supervisor and Assistant Director
Deann Baker

Set Design
Dan Stratton

Costume Designer and Props Master
Kelsey C. Melvin

Original Compositions
Peter J. Storms

Production Manager
Corey Pond

Dramaturg
Neal Ryan Shaw

Location Sound Mixer
Dustin Barta

Post-Production Sound
Nate Green

Assistant Camera and Grip
Travis Legge

Gaffer
Nicki Beck

Make Up and Hair
Neva Stroud

Script Development Support provided by
A. George Bajalia
Neal Ryan Shaw
Gordon Chow
Nora Fiffer
Malik Gillani
Virginia Lee Marie Martinez
Madrid St. Angelo

Major Funding provided by:
Field Foundation

Additional Funding provided by
Siragusa Logo

Special Thanks to
About Face Theatre
Eric Branholm
The First United Methodist Church at the Chicago Temple
Elizabeth Gingerich
Hannoun Rugs from Morocco
Elise Hausken
Becky Klein
Jeanette Kleymeyer
Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2014 Planning Committee, Valparaiso University
Claire Melvin
Allison Schuette
Writers Theatre
Liz Wuerffel
Roger Wykes