A night of love and laughter with D'Lo and South Asian Artists

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  • Exclusive stand-up comedy by Actor/Writer/Comic D’Lo
  • Live music, comedy and storytelling by South Asian Artists
  • Free chai and samosas
  • Wine for purchase

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Event Date: Saturday, Sep 24th, 2022

Time: 7:00 pm PST

Venue: Broadway Performance Hall

Reflections Through HeART: A CommUNITY Open Mic will also feature singer Ashavari and will be hosted by stand-up-comic Jamal Dean Siddiqui.

We invite you to join us for an evening of South Asian stories and talents that will entertain, enlighten, and inspire audiences.

D'Lo is a queer/transgender Tamil-Sri Lankan-American actor/writer/comic whose work ranges from stand-up comedy, solo theater, plays, films, short stories and poetry.

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Meet Featured Artist D'LO Actor. Writer. Comic.

Tasveer is excited to have D’LO: the queer/transgender Tamil-Sri Lankan-American artist known for unapologetically challenging Hollywood to tell trans stories, headlining our event with his comedy performance!

D’Lo's work ranges from stand-up comedy, solo theater, plays, films, short stories and poetry. His solo shows Ramble-Ations, D’FunQT, D’FaQTo Life and To T, or not To T have toured theaters and festivals nationally, and he is a regular performer/speaker on the college/university circuit as well.

His acting credits include: LOOKING, TRANSPARENT, SENSE 8, Mr. ROBOT and Issa Rae-produced MINIMUM WAGE. Currently, he has a series based on his life that is set up at BTR Media and Paul Feig’s Powderkeg Media. Most recently, D’Lo was awarded the Artist Disruptor Fellowship through the Center for Cultural Performance and 5050x2020 an initiative started by Joey Soloway, and he is also a Senior Civic Media Fellow through USC’s Annenberg School of Innovation funded by the MacArthur Foundation.

As a writer he has been published in various anthologies and academic journals, and he is the creator of the “Coming Out, Coming Home” writing workshop series which have taken place with South Asian and/or Immigrant LGBTQ Organizations nationally, which provide a transformative space for workshop participants to write through their personal narratives and share their truths through a public reading.

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