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   Sohaya Visions & Mukul & Ghetto Tigers present  

End of the Line

by Megan Hoche

directed by Sarah Jane Schostack

Chase meets Ann for pizza and politics while Sahar and Jake fight out their difference in a crazily edgy multiracial city.

Set in New York, this fast-paced play provides a funny yet razor-sharp look at racism in America. It covers xenophobia and White nationalism during Trump’s era while seeking to create fundamental shifts in blinkered worldviews.

audience feedback

I loved the energy of the performance. I wanted it to last longer!

Energetic, contemporary, and comedic with serious issues and message.

The presentation was simple yet very powerful, impressive acting.

Well-edited and juxtaposed scenes. The set was just 13 chairs with magic created with visuals and lighting.

I didn’t expect this at all – a well-written, sparkling script, really liked the backdrop of 9/11.

See details about a new RAFTA scriptwriting competition for creative and unique scripts against extremism, intolerance and xenophobia.

Rehearsed script-reading

Sunday October 15, 2023, 8pm

Crawley Museum, 103 High St, Crawley RH10 1DD


R&D staged performance

Sunday October 29, 7.30pm

Pinter Studio, ArtsONE, QMUL, Mile End Rd, London E1 9PA

Actors: Meaghan Martin, Steven Dean Moore, Adrian Richards, and Yasmin Taheri

Producers: Raminder Kaur and Mukul Ahmed

Designer: Esme Solomon

Stage Manager: Jaymie Stewart

Lighting Designer: Tracey Hammill

Projections Designer: Jules Deering

Sound Designer: Tarun Jasani

Photographer and Filmmaker: Sol Carroll

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