During Aizzah’s last day in Islamabad she pays a visit to an all girl’s school where all the non-teaching staff was on strike leading to a closure, however, just to meet Aizzah and her troupe, the workers agreed to open the school for the day while around 300 students showed up.
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Follow the digital voyage, daily with NYC based writer/actress Aizzah Fatima, as Dawn.com Blog presents her series of Video Logs of her tour to Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore.
Her tour encompasses performances with Pakistani artists as well as conducting workshops on writing and acting at National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA), Indus Valley Institute of Art and Architecture (IVS), School of Writing, and Arts Council of Pakistan among others.
View the rest of the vlog series here:
From Amreeka to Pakistan: Harlem Shake and the Bhainhood From Amreeka to Pakistan: Fatima Jinnah University’s women of Seven From Amreeka to Pakistan: Waking up to the serenity of Islamabad From Amreeka to Pakistan: At NAPA while Khi is shutting down! From Amreeka to Pakistan: The kids are nervous From Amreeka to Pakistan: The ISI comes to see my performance From Amreeka to Pakistan: Inspiration as an artist From Amreeka to Pakistan: Karachi, I am here! From Amreeka to Pakistan: The Beginning
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