Kalale Dalton-Lutale

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Kalale Dalton-Lutale is a Black queer playwright and performer originally from Tkaronto/Toronto. Her work embraces experimentation, mothers, loss and pop culture. Some of her plays include Pinky Swear (Geordie Theatre, nominated for a Tom Hendry Award, directed by Mike Payette, 2017); Crybaby (presented by Black Theatre Workshop and Playwrights Workshop Montreal, directed by Jesse Stong, 2019); i am entitled to rest (New Words Festival, directed by Murdoch Schon, 2020); and Habibi’s Angels: Commission Impossible (Talisman, directed by Sophie Gee, 2020). Kalale is a graduate from the National Theatre School of Canada.