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Alia Ceniza Rasul: Moro Girl

Superfilipina Inc.

In this heartfelt and irreverently funny show, Filipina comedian, Alia Ceniza Rasul shares stories about growing up half-Muslim, half-Christian and obsessed with her very Catholic country of birth. The show is looking to push beyond just representation and confronts what it means to look/be/seen as Filipin*.

The Moro people or Bangsamoro people refers to the 13 Muslim-majority groups of Mindanao, Sulu, and Palawan, native to the region known as the Bangsamoro. As Muslim-majority ethnic groups, they form the largest non-Christian population in the Philippines and comprise about five percent of the country's total population.

Alia is technically a "Moro" but never quite felt like that label fit, but then none of them really fit. All she knows is that she was a Filipina Muslim whose Christian mom would send her to Sunday School. Now mid-thirties, grappling with her seemingly conflicting identities, she is looking to finally figure out who the heck she is, and why she likes charcuterie so darn much (her bank account wants to know), why every single school she went to was haunted and whether or not she really was descended from pirates.
Event Info
Genre: Comedy, Heart-wrenching, Silly, Historical, Story-telling
Duration: 75 mins
Price: $15
Ticket Fee: $3
Show Info
Age Rating: PG
Access Tip
Content Warnings: Mature Language, Sexual Content, Audience Participation
Please note that the Vancouver Fringe Festival does not offer refunds or exchanges.
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