-WORLD PREMIERE OF MUTHALAND ANNOUNCED AT 16TH STREET THEATRE SEPT 1 - OCT 8 2017! Buy tickets to the World Premiere run here!
MUTHALAND SPECIAL PERFORMANCES
-MARCH 3 & 4 AGE AND GENDER EQUITY FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS SYMPOSIUM AT PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY Register to join the full weekend of amazing events at the symposium or Buy individual tickets to MUTHALAND here!
-IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY, MARCH 10 FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC at the BISTLINE THEATRE in the STEPHENS PERFORMING ART CENTER at 7:30pm. Minita will be having a talkback concluding the performance. A Master Class, "USING YOUR ART AS ACTIVISM," will be led by Minita on March 11 at 10am.
-ITHACA COLLEGE, NY April 29th performances are FREE and Open to the Public
THE ATLANTIC PUBLISHES "MY MUTHALAND," DOCUMENTARY ONLINE AS AN EDITOR'S PICK. SEE IT Here!
THE DOCUMENTARY "MY MUTHALAND,"AWARDED REGIONAL EMMY
My Muthaland is a documentary short by Yining Zhou, Avinash Chak and A. C. (Andrew) Fowler. It follows Minita Gandhi, a Chicagoland actress, who is on a journey to bear all in a new play. My Muthaland was an in-competition official selection at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival. See the trailer here.
February 2017 Minita as Musarrat in the newly released hit webseries Brown Girls, written by Fatimah Asghar and directed by Sam Bailey.
January 2017 Minita performs MUTHALAND at AUGUSTANA COLLEGE and UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ
Minita just wrapped the role of Mrs. Patel-Thompson on the new comedy web series Other People's Children.
Minita can be seen on The Exorcist on FOX and on Chicago Fire in her recurring role of Dr. Prospere
Minita workshopped Glass written by Rohina Malik at Chicago Dramatists.
Minita directed a workshop production of Lavina Jadwhani's solo piece, The Sitayana for Stage Left Theatre.
IT'S A WRAP!
In October 2016, Minita her one-woman play Muthaland at the 5th Annual Asian American Theatre Conference & Festival hosted by Oregon Shakespeare Festival. There was also a special performance for the Statera Foundation for Women in the Arts Conference at Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Minita originated the role of Deepti in the world premiere of Carroll Gardens, written by A. Zell Williams and directed by Ann Filmer, at 16th Street Theater.
Minita wrapped filming the leading role of Anju in the upcoming short film The Arrangement.
BROADWAY WORLD RHODE ISLAND BEST OF 2015 | CRITICS' PICKS
-Best Actress, Leading Role, Play : Minita Gandhi | Around the World in 80 Days | Ocean State Theatre Company
-Best Ensemble, Cast, Play : Around the World in 80 Days | Ocean State Theatre Company