Adjani Poirier is a multidisciplinary theatre artist who sometimes likes to experiment with sound art and radio. Her work is centred around principles of queerness, feminism and destroying white supremacy. She is thrilled to have performed, written and co-created work presented in the Montreal Fringe, Revolution They Wrote and The Yukon Riverside Arts Festival. Recent work includes the plays On Life and Living: A History of AIDS Community Care Montreal and Still Gay When I’m Not In Love. Adjani is a recent alum of Black Theatre Workshop’s Artist Mentorship Program and is currently studying playwriting at the National Theatre School of Canada.