Asif Majid

Asif Majid

I'm a scholar-artist-educator who researches, teaches, performs, and makes work at the intersection of performance and politics. Particularly, I do this in terms of devising, improvisation, and participatory theatre with marginalized communities. Currently, I'm a Lab Fellow with The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics and am pursuing a practice-based PhD in Anthropology, Media, and...
I'm a scholar-artist-educator who researches, teaches, performs, and makes work at the intersection of performance and politics. Particularly, I do this in terms of devising, improvisation, and participatory theatre with marginalized communities. Currently, I'm a Lab Fellow with The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics and am pursuing a practice-based PhD in Anthropology, Media, and Performance at The University of Manchester.

Plays

  • Speak
    Khadija’s mother has just passed away. She needs to pack up the house before the movers arrive, but has little time left for the treasured family desk. Will the truths that it speaks be more than she can handle? Or will her poems give her the last word?