by Kareem Fahmy
College basketball superstar Khady is about to carry her team through the NCAA Women’s Championships, but when March Madness coincides with Ramadan, Khady lies to her devout mother about holding her fast. When her mother goes public with the story of Khady’s devotion to both Ramadan and basketball, Khady finds herself the heroine of young Muslim women. Kareem Fahmy’s world premiere production questions family, faith, and what it means to win at all costs.
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Kareem Fahmy is a Canadian-born playwright and director of Egyptian descent. His plays include American Fast (commissioned by Artists Repertory Theatre), A Distinct Society (upcoming world premiere, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley), Dodi & Diana (commissioned by Colt Coeur, workshop at The Magic Theatre), Pareidolia, The In-Between, and an adaptation of the acclaimed novel The Yacoubian Building. Kareem’s plays have been developed at Atlantic Theatre Company, Northlight Theatre, Citadel Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, New York Stage & Film, Noor Theatre, and more. Kareem is the recipient of an Alfred P. Sloan Commission at Ensemble Studio Theatre, the Janet Sloan Residency at Yaddo, is a former Sundance Theatre Lab Fellow, Phil Killian Directing Fellow (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), and was named a “Rising Leader of Color” by TCG. Co-founder/Chair of the Middle Eastern American Writers Lab. MFA (Theatre Directing), Columbia. www.kareemfahmy.com