Aidah Nalubowa is a Ugandan theatre instructor, director and playwright. She has directed full productions and staged reading of plays at the University of Missouri and Illinois State University. In 2018, her monologues were performed as part of the End Slavery Monologues in Tennessee, USA and her plays have received readings at the Mid America Theatre Conference and Illinois State University. Before embarking on her studies in the US, she directed plays, facilitated devised theatre workshops and created numerous pieces with communities in the districts of Mukono, Kayunga and Kampala in Uganda and in Canada. Currently, she is doctoral student in the Theatre Department of the University of Missouri where she also teaches Acting for Non-Majors. Nalubowa is committed to the recording, preservation and the representation of African art and culture and people.
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