Mohammad Rohaizad Suaidi, MFA, has performed, directed, and conceptualized new devised works in Honolulu, Kuala Lumpur, Micronesia, New York, Singapore, as well as Baltimore, a city he has called home since 1997. After working abroad teaching English and Theatre for more than ten years, Rohaizad returned to Baltimore in 2015. He has worked with Single Carrot Theatre on several productions as a performer/collaborator. As an adjunct professor at Towson University’s Department of Theatre Arts, Rohaizad teaches courses in Acting and Cultural Diversity in Contemporary Theatre. Rohaizad is also an ESL teacher at the Adult Learning Center in Baltimore, where he works with refugees and immigrants who are speakers of Arabic, French, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese. A founding member of the Asian Pasifika Arts Collective (https://baltimoreapac.org/), a non-profit organization that uses art to advocate the representation of Asian Americans and Pacific Indigenous Americans, Rohaizad’s art-making is informed by his experiences living in America as an immigrant, Muslim, brown Southeast Asian, and queer cisgender man. Rohaizad is dad to a five-year-old kindergartener who he loves very much, and every day they laugh and do silly dances together to music by Lil Nas X.